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How to Manually Configure Exchange 2010 to use Domain Controller and/or Global Catalog servers of your choice

by on Jan.29, 2020, under Uncategorized

To Manually Configure Exchange 2010 to use Domain Controller and/or Global Catalog servers of your choice,

you can use the Set-ExchangeServer cmdlet.

Start by running the Get-ExchangeServer –Identity <YourExchageServerName> -Status | FL Exchange command-let.

By default, StaticDomainControllers and StaticGlobalCatalog will be blank.

To set the Static Domain Controller and the Global Catalog Server settings run (if all your DCs are Global Catalog!):

  • Set-ExchangeServer -Identity <YourExchangeServerName> -StaticDomainControllers DC1.harun.local,DC2.harun.local,DC3.harun.local
    -StaticGlobalCatalogs DC1.harun.local,DC2.harun.local,DC3.harun.local
    (Don’t forget to change the above command with your exchange server’s name and your Domain controllers’ names)
  • The Exchange Management Console > Server Configuration

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