Do I have to enter an internal adress in internal DNS for the Autodiscovery service or does Outlook clients (2007/2010) find it automatically? I have created a SAN/UC certificate entry for the outside DNS. What do I do for clients thant can't, network wise, go to the oytside to resolve the address?Pittbull
for domain joined PCs internally theu will use AD to retrieve the autodiscover from the SCP, and contact it using HTTP and query the name using DNS.
by default it points to the first CAS server installed.
if you have UCC certificate you can include the name or update the name using
Set-ClientAccessServer –Identity <CAS Server Name> -AutoDiscoverServiceInternalUri: <Internal URL>, this FQDN must match the URL included in the certificate.
and you will have to make sure that users can resolve that name to the internal CAS IP
Do I have to create an internal CNAME entry for autodiscover? I probably ask you a stupid question but I have tried to test it internally and it doesn't work properly. I have Outlook 2007 and 2010 clients internally.
I have now imported a new certificate with all the entries that Busbar recomended and now everything is working. The external zone is not a AD DNS zone so that's probably why the other certificate didn't work properly.