Here is some more info for Autodiscover and more info for Outlook Anywhere. This is my first go with SBS2008 and Outlook 2010. None of which show autodiscover.domain.com in the certificate domains. I struggled with trying figure out how to ease the pain of having to perform the above steps manually - I understand that there are 3rd-party tools that can help, and http://drivit.net/sbs-2008/sbs-2008-out-of-office-not-working.html
However on the machines that do have OOF the test autoconfiguration are getting remote.domain.com so I am not sure why there are some computers are getting it and others are not. Outlook Anywhere works both internally and externally if configured manually. If you have a third-party SSL Certificate, leave it on the server for inbound connections to Remote Web Workplace, you'll need to carefully adjust the settings to ensure the two will Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 installation tool for... https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/fd8129c2-6069-488b-8027-56910924ce5a/how-to-correctly-setup-autodiscover-on-sbs-2008?forum=smallbusinessserver
For domain joined machines, we push a PRF file down to aid in first time profile creation to the Exchange server. I am setting this up for a client and will not be able to go on-site for another week or so to test internally, and I only have access to the After deleting the * record and waiting for DNS to propagate the autodiscover no longer showed the security certificate message when connecting Outlook 2007 / 2010. Only names that exist in your cert should be used, and if you create an autodiscover A-record, it will use that, and you're getting the error since that name is not
When I run the Test Autoconfig, it passes (though it brings up another security alert). Solved by running configure sites, ensure the cert is correct and throwing exchange SP2 on Last edited: Oct 13, 2010 Certifications: MCP (271, 272, 270, 290, 291, 621, 681, 685), Sorry, my point is. Autodiscover Test Check out our Helpdesk and FAQ pages.
Outlook 2003 just needs to be configured manually for RPC-over-HTTPS, and can use either single-name or multiname cert, as long as the common name on the cert is the same name Exchange Connectivity Test Seems to be fully fixed now. The problem is, Outlook is reverting the connection protocol to HTTPS which is why the users are being asked for their passwords, even when the device is domain joined. As far as Outlook 2007, it was only with SP1 that it started to support querying SRV records for Autodiscover.
Because we are IT Pros we don't spend time redoing what you've already done. more info here The time now is 04:49 PM. - CSS version TechExams.Net is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with Cisco Systems, Inc. Sbs 2008 Autodiscover Office 365 Wonderful and awesome. Sbs 2011 Autodiscover Office 365 I will say that I might rely on MigrationWiz for the next migration since it does not rely on the Autodiscover record, you have to pay for it, but in the
You only need one to get all the SBS functionality working. his comment is here Network --> Connectivity also in the SBS console. The evening before our scheduled visit to the client to begin the process of switching over their Outlook and mobile device users from their on-premise Exchange (SBS 2011), we took the Sci., M.S. Exchange Connectivity
Been fighting this for a few days and this seems to have resolved the issue Jason |February 05, 2014 at 10:40 am This works! I can't remember for sure why I included an IIS backup as the first step, but I have to think that it was to provide a way to reverse the procedure. Did you get Outlook autoconfig to show the correct SMTP address in the end? 0 Message Author Comment by:mtheorygrp2011-01-24 Comment Utility Permalink(# a34689240) It was in fact working properly on this contact form With Outlook open hold down CTRL and the right click on the Outlook icon in the System Tray and select 'Test Outlook Autoconfiguration' And then post results of the test.
It was only a problem when their domain login information matched their O365 login into (i.e. Srv Record So make sure those Service (SRV) records are configured correctly! Now I just need to get it working externally too.
I also noticed that the Outlook profile is still pointing to the SBS server and there's no way to change it. Before that, it only looked for Autodiscover.domainname.com or just domainname.com. Bora |May 28, 2013 at 9:11 pm Quick update… There is setup for the desktop from o365 to download and install. Mxtoolbox Once that was completed, Outlook client setups ran smoothly.
I have one user in the office with Outlook 2010 so I'll try it out. 0 Message Author Comment by:mtheorygrp2011-01-22 Comment Utility Permalink(# a34675035) So Outlook 2010 configures itself to Paul |March 02, 2015 at 5:02 pm Do you know if this change will affect OWA on the SBS Exchange? If you have a third-party SSL Certificate, leave it on the server for inbound connections to Remote Web Workplace, you'll need to carefully adjust the settings to ensure the two will navigate here Having problems with blackberries.
Sometimes they get an alert for autodiscover.domain.com, and the issuer of the cert is their hosting service. If my primary email is [email protected], Office 365 lets me use [email protected] as well. Quote + Reply to Thread « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Social Networking & Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Tweet CompTIA Cisco Microsoft CWNP InfoSec Practice Exams Forums Any further ideas?
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I'd remove that CNAME to get back to a standard config. When I choose ignore, all functions work for existing users, however any new outlook profiles prompt the user for a password upon initial setup. Let me know if you need a hand, and good luck!Click to expand... Windows SBS 2008 Advanced Console Windows SBS 2008 Best Practice Analyzer Understanding Windows SBS 2008 Anti-Spam/Virus upd... 60 days not enough time to evaluate SBS 2008?
Reply ↓ dave Post author March 2, 2011 at 2:39 pm Jeff, Outlook 2003 doesn't support Autodiscover at all, so it has nothing to do with the number of names on My issue is internal clients cannot use Out-of-office supposedly because of an autodiscover problem. I think I managed to get the formatting of your comment back the way you intended: - Use
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Testexchangeconnectivity.com shows that autodiscover fails, usually being that the name on the certificate does not match the name of the site (again, the cert it pulls is from their hosting company, It will always default to TCP/IP on fast networks, so internally it is a given that autodiscover favors a raw MAPI connection. Last edited: Oct 14, 2010 Certifications: MCITP:VA, MCITP:EA, MCDST, MCTS, MCITP:EST7, MCITP:SA, PRINCE2, ITILv3 ianconscious Bit Poster 39 5 37 Oct 13, 2010 #2 Oh man!