Wednesday , October 16 2019

Configuring Client Access Server Role migrating from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

Client Access Server handles all Client Requests

OWA , Outlook , Active Sync , Outlook anywhere , Everything Client request is handled by Client access server only

Will Learn Configuring these things one by one , migrating from Exchange 2003

Outlook Web App –

  • Open EMC, locate and expand Server Configuration in navigation pane
  • Select Client Access from the list.
  • In the result pane select the Exchange 2010 server name.
  • Select Outlook Web App from the work pane, right click and select properties.

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Now you can set Internal and External Url here

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You can Use Exchange Management Shell

Set-OwaVirtualDirectory -Identity "EXCHANGE2010\owa (Default Web Site)" -ExternalUrl https://mail.careexchange.in/owa -InternalUrl https://Exchange2010.careexchange.in/owa

If you are publishing your Outlook Web App through ISA server or TMG 2010 you need to enable additional logon methods.

Basic Authentication & Integrated Windows Authentication

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or

You can use Exchange Management Shell

Set-OwaVirtualDirectory -Identity "EXCHANGE2010\owa (Default Web Site-BasicAuthentication:$True -WindowsAuthentication:$True

Exchange Control Panel –

Follow the Exact same process which was followed for Outlook web app

  • Open EMC, locate and expand Server Configuration in navigation pane.
  • Select Client Access from the list.
  • In the result pane select the Exchange 2010 server name.
  • Select Exchange Control Panel from the work pane, right click and select properties

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Configure your URL’s in the properties pane

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or You can use Exchange Management Shell

Set-EcpVirtualDirectory -Identity "EXCHANGE2010\ecp (Default Web Site-BasicAuthentication:$True -WindowsAuthentication:$True

If you Enabled Basic Authentication & Integrated Windows Authentication in Outlook web app , have it configured the same for ECP (Exchange Control Panel ) virtual directory as well

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Configure Microsoft Server ActiveSync –

  • Open EMC, locate and expand Server Configuration in navigation pane.
  • Select Client Access from the list.
  • In the result pane select the Exchange 2010 server name.
  • Select Microsoft Server ActiveSync from the work pane, right click and select properties.

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Configure your URL’s in the properties pane

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Or You can use Exchange Management Shell

Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -Identity "EXCHANGE2010\Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync (Default Web Site)" -InternalUrl https://Exchange2010.careexchange.in/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync –ExternalUrl "https://mail.careexchange.in/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync"

Offline Address Book Distribution –

You can set Offline Address book distribution URL

  • Open EMC, locate and expand Server Configuration in navigation pane.
  • Select Client Access from the list.
  • In the result pane select the Exchange 2010 server name.
  • Select Offline Address Book Distribution from the work pane, right click and select properties.

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Configure your URL’s in the properties pane

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If you want to know about Polling Interval you refer this link –

https://www.azure365pro.com/how-offline-address-books-works-in-exchange-2010/

or You can use Exchange Management Shell

Set-OabVirtualDirectory -Identity "EXCHANGE2010\OAB (Default Web Site)" -PollInterval 480 -InternalUrl http:// Exchange2010.careexchange.in/OAB -ExternalUrl https://mail.careexchange.in/OAB

Configure Outlook anywhere –

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or You can use Exchange Management Shell

Enable-OutlookAnywhere -Server 'EXCHANGE2010' -ExternalHostname 'anywhere.careexchange.in' -DefaultAuthenticationMethod 'Basic' -SSLOffloading $false

Great !!

You learnt to configure OWA , Exchange Control Panel (ECP), Active Sync , Outlook anywhere, Offline address book distribution

 

About Satheshwaran Manoharan

Satheshwaran Manoharan is an Microsoft Office Server and Services MVP , Publisher of Azure365pro.com. Specialized in Office365 / Microsoft Exchange / Virtualization , Sathesh is an Messaging Expert supporting/Designing/Deploying many medium size businesses to large enterprises when it comes to Corporate messaging and Virtualization Infrastructure

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  2. Hi.

    Very great guide and extremely well explained…. So easy to follow and best guide I have seen.

    Only thing I don’t see is the setting up of DNS entries for legacy exchnage2003 servers.

    I have seen this in other guides so that if external users use Webmail it will redirect them to the legacy server where their box is still sitting (If their box hasn’t moved from the 2003 server yet) Is the legacy URL and DNS entries configuration necessary ??

    Thanks

    Shaun

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