Microsoft Exchange 2013

Set Exchange Vdirs to autodiscover external address

You can use this script to set your Exchange Vdirs to your external address.

Use the autodiscover.domain.com for both internally as externally.

 

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# Author: Scott Jaworski # Website: jaworskiblog.com # Version: 1.0

# Description: This script sets internal and external URL’s on the specified Exchange 2013 Client Access Server

# then displays the results of all the urls that have been set.

# How to Use: Copy the text file to a location on the Exchange server. Change the .txt extension to .ps1,

# Open Exchange Management Shell, Browse to the location of the script in EMS, Run .\Set-Exchange2013Vdirs

#

Function Set-Exchange2013Vdirs

{

$ExServer = Read-Host “Please enter the Exchange 2013 Server Name you’d like to set Vdirs “

$InternalName = Read-Host “Input the internal domain name eg.. IntMail.domain.com “

$ExternalName = Read-Host “Input the external domain name eg. ExtMail.domain.com “

Write-Host “Configuring Directories for $ExServer..” -Foregroundcolor Green

Get-WebservicesVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Set-WebservicesVirtualDirectory -InternalURL https://$InternalName/EWS/Exchange.asmx -ExternalURL https://$externalName/EWS/Exchange.asmx

Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Set-OwaVirtualDirectory -InternalURL https://$InternalName/owa -ExternalURL https://$ExternalName/owa

Get-ecpVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Set-ecpVirtualDirectory -InternalURL https://$InternalName/ecp -ExternalURL https://$ExternalName/ecp

Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -InternalURL https://$InternalName/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync -ExternalURL https://$ExternalName/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync

Get-OABVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Set-OABVirtualDirectory -InternalUrl https://$InternalName/OAB -ExternalURL https://$ExternalName/OAB

Set-ClientAccessServer $ExServer -AutodiscoverServiceInternalUri https://$internalName/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.xml

Set-OutlookAnywhere -Identity “$ExServer\Rpc (Default Web Site)” -InternalHostname $internalName -ExternalHostName $ExternalName -InternalClientAuthenticationMethod ntlm -InternalClientsRequireSsl:$True -ExternalClientAuthenticationMethod Basic -ExternalClientsRequireSsl:$True

 

Write-Host “Vdirs have been set to the following..” -Foregroundcolor Green

Write-Host “$ExServer EWS” Get-WebservicesVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer |Fl internalURL,ExternalURL

Write-Host “$ExServer OWA” Get-OWAVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Fl internalUrl,ExternalURL

Write-Host “$ExServer ECP” Get-ECPVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Fl InternalURL,ExternalURL

Write-Host “$ExServer ActiveSync” Get-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Fl InternalURL,ExternalURL

Write-Host “$ExServer OAB” Get-OABVirtualDirectory -Server $ExServer | Fl InternalURL,ExternalURL Write-Host “$ExServer Internal Autodiscover URL” Get-ClientAccessServer $ExServer | Fl AutodiscoverServiceInternalUri

Write-Host “$Exserver Outlook Anywhere Settings” Get-OutlookAnywhere -Identity “$ExServer\rpc (Default Web Site)” |fl internalhostname,internalclientauthenticationmethod,internalclientsrequiressl,externalhostname,externalclientauthenticationmethod,externalclientsrequiressl

Write-Host “The Powershell URL have not been set as part of this script. Set it if you choose” -ForegroundColor Yellow

}

Set-Exchange2013Vdirs