delete old exchange scp record using asdi edit

i have already migrated to office 365. when i turn on the old exchange 2010 server the outlook 2016 clients connect to it instead of office 365. i think i need to do this? i am trying to turn it back on so i can do a graceful uninstall of exchange 2010.

You can delete the SCP record altogether using ASDI edit:

Select the “Configuration” naming context
Drill down to:
CN=Services\
CN=Microsoft Exchange\
CN=<Your Org name>\
CN=Administrative Groups\
CN=Exchange Administrative Groups\
CN=Servers\
CN=<Your Server Name>\
CN=Protcols\
CN=Autodiscover\
And delete the CN=<Your Server Name> of class serviceConnectionPoint in there
CCLCLSAsked:
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MaheshConnect With a Mentor ArchitectCommented:
by the way, you need to set CAS SCP URL to Null instead of deleting SCP object from AD, as a correct method
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Ajay ChananaMCSE-2003/08|RHCSA| VCP5/6 |vExpert2018Commented:
If you just looking for confirmation then the above steps are correct.
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CCLCLSAuthor Commented:
i guess i am trying to confirm that this will prevent the outlook clients from trying to get the mailbox from exchange 2010, and they will continue to connect to office 365 when i turn the exchange server back on. is that right?
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
for all CAS servers you can delete SCP by below cmdlet in one shot

Get-ClientAccessServer | Set-ClientAccessServer -AutodiscoverInternalURI $null

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Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity CAS01 -AutodiscoverInternalURI $null

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If you wanted to do one by one
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