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office 365 exchange 2010

Hello,

We are trying to migrate out of our exchange 2010 to office 365.  I have migrated all the data and webmail office 365 is working with no issues.. When I installed outlook2016 and tried to connect to the email (from any of the workstation), outlook keeps trying to connect to the on premis exchange server.  

I have stopped all the exchange services on the server but did not shut it down since it also functions as our primary domain controller.  I am sure there is probably some dns entries that i will need to delete or maybe add a conditinal forwarder for autodiscover.outlook.com?  

When I set the workstation dns to an external dns server I have no issues with outlook it connects to office 365, but I cant do that on a permanent basis since users needs to authenticate.
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
That same issue has been discussed probably a hundred times on EE alone - look it up. In a nutshell - remove any internal Autodiscover endpoints, including the SCP one. Or use client-based "override" as detailed here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2212902

All you need for O365 connectivity is the CNAME entry pointing to ExO, you can remove/block all other methods.
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
Set the AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri to null.

Look at this reference ... http://jetzemellema.blogspot.com/2015/10/how-to-remove-exchange-autodiscover-scp.html
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