Does anyone know why this would come up randomly even after it's been setup and running for a while? The concern is not about prompt for autodiscover, the concern is that: 1 It is pointing to wrong web autodiscover address e. Time and again I have seen web hosts implement a new or updated control panel which uses Autodiscover itself, then have a wildcard on the domain, which means Autodiscover starts going somewhere it shouldn't. There is one more thing I want to show you before I close; the Extended Replica feature. On the High Availability Wizard page select the Hyper-V Replica Broker role and click Next. Thing is, if you have Autodiscover. This depends on how much bandwidth you have and where is the replica server located.
Bottom line is if you don't want to use this feature then just set the archiving date way back 2yrs or whatever so it doesn't effect you. Is a host-based replication in the hypervisor, and we are talking about Hyper-V here, at no extra costs; its free. Note: Gmail downloads a copy of every email you send or receive, except for emails in Chats, Spam, and Trash. Before we actually start enabling replication one other thing needs to be done, enable the Hyper-V Replica Broker role. To use a logon script, add this line to the script where is the path to your exported registry key: regedit. Additional Details The certificate is valid.
This document explains how to define new applications and virtual directories at the global level only machine administrators can perform this task; it can never be delegated. When you are finished, the sections looks similar to the following: You have just defined a new application in the configuration file. Instead, they're downloaded and you decide how often you want to download new emails. You can add settings to the web. The certificate is trusted and all certificates are present in the chain. The configuration in the web. If there isn't one, then it could be a virtual directory for Autodiscover overriding things.
I've gone through other articles with same problem but it did not help because everything looks to be correct from autodiscover point of view. I've talked to tech support and gone through multiple gyrations trying to get this to work. Scenario: Test environment with Exchange 2013 servers, 1 mbx server, 1 cas server. Note: Ensure to read the registry disclaimer provided in the article before making any changes. Test Steps Attempting to resolve the host name autodiscover. Fristly, I recommend you post the result of Test E-mail AutoConfiguration about the two users' outlook. This can be resolved by adding a registry key.
There is an ssl cert for this domainname. Here is an article for your reference. You can modify this like so: Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order Deny,Allow Deny from All This will deny access to all content unless specified otherwise in subsequent directory definitions. We could avoid this error, but I wanted you to see it in case it happens to you. Changing your default settings can improve your internet browsing experience. Hopefully, the configuration files will not be as intimidating now, and you feel more comfortable experimenting and modifying to suit your needs. Another suggestion is to replicate only data drives.
Export, Archive, or manually move everything in the old account to a pst file then remove the exchange account. Leave the defaults and continue. Mail for the new domain is already being delivered to our Exchange server. This provide alternate paths to get to the same content. On the Authorization and storage section, you can choose from what hosts to allow the replication and where to store the replica files.
This is not allowed by default, but can be useful to enable in a variety of circumstances. To configure this, right-click the Hyper-V Replica Broker role and choose Replication Settings. Note The server and the browser both cache the user token. If so, then I would suggest a reset of the Autodiscover virtual directory. Please provide the output from the following commands so that we can check to make sure your settings are set up correctly.
This just means that the next time content is requested, the server will establish a new connection to handle the request for the content that make up the page the client is visiting. One of the most important setting that must be configured on the Hyper-V Replica Broker role is to enable replication for the cluster. If you are on Exchange 2007 or 2010, and you do not have OutlookAnywhere enabled, enable OutlookAnywhere and follow this guide. Follow the wizard using the default settings and at the end click Finish to start the replication. The Data column should remain empty for the string values that you create. The Autodiscover service was tested successfully. Additional Details Elapsed Time: 226 ms.