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MS Exchange 2010 Issues

By josinella ·
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When running "Get-WebServicesVirutalDirectory -Identity "servername.domain\EWS (default website)" fl internal, ExternalUrl, the ExternalUrl https://link returns a result as the old crashed server. I don't know where to look in the server's files to find this setting. I have a Powershell command to "Set" the correct server setting. When I test for Autodiscover on the client side, OOF https://link and ASU https://link point to the old server as well. Would like to create a back-out plan but I don't know where to find these settings on the CAS server. Would someone be so kind as to tell me where I can find these settings on the CAS for learning purposes and to formulate a back out plan if I need to revert if I "break" something. I am new to Exchange and learning.


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Issue resolved

by josinella In reply to MS Exchange 2010 Issues

This issue has been resolved:

This Exchange server was not set properly set up and still contained the previous server name in the configuration. After reading many tutorials and blogs (thanks for your post), I used a top down approach to troubleshooting the issue. We knew that the DNS entry was correct as well as the SCP in AD. In EMS, we found the old computer name when running "Get-WebServiceVirtualDirectory" -Identity. The OAB;, UM and Client Access server where fine. I recycled the MSExchangeApplicationPool as suggested. I jumped on a client computer and tested the settings, still seeing the old ones, I "repaired" the email profile, and retested showing the present email server. I checked with the other effected users this morning and the OOF, Calendaring and Mailtips errors have ceased as well as the certificate errors for the previous server.

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