Feel free to refer to this blog post for more information on the script and how to use it.
We hope this primer to troubleshooting dynamic DNS updates was able to point you in the right direction to the problem -- and a solution.
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DNS must be updated however so that the A record for Autodiscover.resolves to the 2013 CAS.
Microsoft Dynamic DNS (DDNS) is a wonderful feature.
Prior to Exchange 2013 being introduced, our 2007 URLs were configured as follows: The default internal URL and Auto Discover Service Internal URI values are derived from the server FQDN, but as you can see these have been changed. This also usually takes some host file manipulation to fully test.
Your configuration may be different depending on how it was setup. After all testing is complete…it’s time to update the Exchange 2012/2007 URLs.
This must be checked for the DDNS process to proceed.
There are a few other settings that must be correct on each client as well.Introducing Exchange 2013 into an Exchange 2007 environment can be a challenging task.One of the most overlooked, and least documented topics I see is the proper configuration of URLs for Proxy and Redirection. I wouldn’t worry about that little guy.” Yes, I personally like to test everything prior to making any change to the existing 2007 environment.When DDNS is working properly it's wonderful, but when it fails it can sometimes turn into a major pain to troubleshoot.If you're not familiar with how DDNS and AD work together, you may not realize just how many moving parts there are with this product (check out Understanding Dynamic Update from Technet to learn more).The first step in the migration process is to update these values so that all users connect to OWA, EAS, and OA via Exchange 2013. OWA – (Redirect) Should be pretty straight forward.