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Autodiscover flow in an Exchange on-Premises environment | non-Active Directory environment| Part 2#3 | Part 27#36 5/5 (1)

The current article, we review the Autodiscover algorithm that Autodiscover client uses in a “non-Active Directory environment.” The Autodiscover Toolbox offers a verity of methods which the Autodiscover client can use when he tries to locate his Autodiscover Endpoint. Autodiscover flow in non-Active Directory environment| Article Series The Autodiscover flow in non-Active Directory environmentarticle series,…

Autodiscover flow in an Exchange on-Premises environment | non-Active Directory environment| Part 1#3 | Part 26#36 5/5 (1)

Autodiscover client uses a different Autodiscover method for locating the Autodiscover Endpoint in an On-Premise Active Directory based environment versus a non-Active Directory environment. The Autodiscover client verifies if he is located in an Active Directory environment or not. If he decides that he located in a non-Active Directory environment, the Autodiscover client starts to…

Seven major Autodiscover flow scenarios | Part 25#36 5/5 (2)

In the following article, we will review seven major common Autodiscover flow in a different environment. The review is a high-level review and not a detailed examination that deals with each of the specific steps and process that are involved. The purpose – in the continuation of the current series of articles, article 29 until…

Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer (MCA) | Autodiscover troubleshooting tools | Part 3#4 | Part 23#36 No ratings yet.

The Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer (MCA) tool is the “installable client” or the “software client” version of the ExRCA (Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer Tool) Autodiscover test. The primary purpose of using the Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer (MCA) tool versus the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer web Tool is the ability to test the Autodiscover process from inside the…

Using Fiddler for Autodiscover troubleshooting scenarios | Part 4#4 | Part 24#36 5/5 (1)

The current article is the last article in the Autodiscover troubleshooting tools article series. In this article, we will review a fascinating tool named – Fiddler, that can help us in our task of capturing and analyzing Autodiscover data that passed between the Autodiscover client and the Autodiscover Endpoint throughout the Autodiscover communication channel. Autodiscover…

Outlook Test E-mail AutoConfiguration | Autodiscover troubleshooting tools | Part 1#4 | Part 21#36 5/5 (3)

In the current article, we will review one of the most useful and “strongest” Autodiscover troubleshooting tools, Outlook client built-in tool named: Test E-mail AutoConfiguration. Autodiscover Troubleshooting tools | The article series The article series include the following articles: Outlook Test E-mail AutoConfiguration | Autodiscover troubleshooting tools | Part 1#4 | Part 21#36 Microsoft Remote…

Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA) | Autodiscover troubleshooting tools | Part 2#4 | Part 22#36 No ratings yet.

In the current article, we will learn to know the ExRCA also known as Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer web-based tool, that serves as the name implies for testing and analyzing information that is related to “relationships” of different Exchange clients with their Exchange server. Autodiscover Troubleshooting tools | The article series The article series include the…

Autodiscover process and Exchange security infrastructure | Part 20#36 No ratings yet.

The article is all about the subject of the security mechanism that is implemented as part of the Autodiscover process. Autodiscover and security Autodiscover mechanism includes three major parts: Locating the Autodiscover Endpoint Getting the Autodiscover information \data Using the Autodiscover information In the current article, we relate to the “middle part” in the diagram…

Exchange infrastructure | Implementing single domain namespace scheme | Part 2#2 | Part 18#36 3/5 (2)

The current article is the second article in which we review the concept of Exchange infrastructure and the use of a single namespace. In the former article, we review the concept and the reason for the recommendation of using an Exchange single namespace. The present article focused on a scenario in which we want to…

Public SAN certificate | Deprecated support in the internal server name | Part 19#36 No ratings yet.

In the current article, we will review the subject of – “Invalid Fully Qualified Domain Names” in SAN certificate. The interesting thing is that hostname (2014), there is not too much public information about this subject, but although this topic seems to be minor and not “cool”, the Implications of this new standard could be…

Autodiscover scenarios in enterprise environment | Part 16#36 No ratings yet.

Exchange on-Premises infrastructure was designed to serve the need of a small company and at the same time, meet the needs of an enterprise business that needs to provide mail services to thousands or even tens of thousands of users. The main characters of enterprise environment are: The use of multiple Exchange servers in multiple…

Should I use a single namespace for Exchange Infrastructure? | Part 1#2 | Part 17#36 5/5 (1)

The current article is dedicated to the Interesting and not so clear subject of – Exchange Infrastructure namespace. Exchange server architecture, enable us to use a different interface with internal Exchange clients versus external Exchange clients that based on various namespace. The major question that I will try to answer in this article are: Is…