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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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Chapter 11. Client Access Server

The CAS role

The RPC Client Access layer

CAS access to directory information

The Autodiscover service

Client Access Server arrays

CAS and perimeter networks

RPC Client Access logging

Certificates

Outlook Anywhere

An increased load for the CAS

Preparing for transition and interoperability

A matter of manipulation

THE Client Access Server (CAS) is possibly the most misunderstood server role in Exchange Server 2010, perhaps because it is essentially a black box that processes connections coming in from clients and sends those connections on to mailbox servers to permit client access to data. It’s very different from a mailbox server, where you can almost visualize the flow of messages and exert great control over databases through ...

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