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    Creating a client access array in Exchange 2010

    I need to provide some failover for our client access services on exchange. We currently have one server doing all roles bar the mailbox. The mailbox servers are all set up working in a DAG. The one CAS we have is the server the exchange certificate refers to. Now when I create an array am I going to have to edit the certificate to use the array name rather than the original server name. Or can I destroy the original CAS server and create the array name as the one on the certificate (the old server)?

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    You can get a new cert with the correct names. You dont need the cas array name on the cert, only for web services Exch has.

    You only have 1 server so decide how you are going to have CAS deployed in the end, i.e 1 server or 2? You can have CAS on the same role with a CAS array still, just means you can;t use WNLB therefore have to have a HLB.

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