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  1. ganeshram.ck@hotmail.com' Ganesh

    Nice article RK!!!GR8.

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  2. eldocv@gmail.com' eldo

    Hi RK, can you share the path where we can see the SCP created in active directory ? if its big infra SCP will create all DC server ?

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    • Open AD Sites and services and select View Service Nodes to view the Microsoft Exchange Service points

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  3. davidhan888@msn.com' David Han

    Best explained, very easy to understand, plus learned how to use fiddler. Great article.

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  4. amshanahan@gmail.com' Andrea Shanahan

    Just what I needed — a diagram and everything! Thank you so much for your careful explanation “for dummies” like me, a tech writer tasked with writing something technical that involves Autodiscover but with no guidance about said service. You nailed it.

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  5. gururajmvs@gmail.com' Gururaj Mylavarapu

    very informative article :)

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  6. astra_explorer@cnn.com' Astraexplorer

    There isn’t such objects in Active Directory Sites and Services!

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  7. sreeqanth@gmail.com' Sreekanth P

    Hi Govindan,

    i have one query, while installing exchange given domain details are “mail.conteso.com” and local domain is (AD Installed) test.com it was working fine after some time i have change my email -id to in.busy.eu, what and all changes needs to be done to work autodiscover

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  8. abhina2000@gmail.com' Abhishek Anand

    This is what I was looking for , thanks for sharing, do u have something similarly for how ews query works in Exchange

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  9. way2mukun@gmail.com' Mukun

    Very nice..Thank you so much for posting. This is very easy to understand.

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  10. jayan584@yahoo.com' Jayakumar

    Great RK.Explained Very well.
    Sugession:Just update the Get/set-clientaccesserver command with autodiscoverserviceinternaluri to verify and update the url to SCP.

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