Exchange 2019 - IIS Crypto 3.2 breaks Autodiscover

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we talk about the new version of IISCrypto which is version 3.2 and how it can break autodiscover so be careful when applying the new settings as version 3.0 works just fine with Exchange 2019 and Exchange 2016.

Video Steps

1. Open IISCrypto

Navigate to your downloads folder where you have IISCrypto and launch it.

2. View changes

When you open IISCrypto, you will notice what is applied.

3. Select Server Defaults

On the Templates section, from the drop-down list, select server defaults.

4. Apply Server Defaults

On the bottom of the page, select the checkbox to reboot and then click apply.
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