Exchange 2013 Test-OutlookWebServices requires MailboxCredential parameter for Autodiscover: Outlook Provider to succeed
With Exchange 2013 shell when executing "Test-OutlookWebServices" I have to supply the -MailboxCredential parameter in order for the "Autodiscover: Outlook Provider" to return success. E.g.
Test-OutlookWebServices -clientaccessserver ex2013 -identity firstname.lastname@example.org -MailboxCredential (get-credential test\asenna)
If I change the MailboxCredential to an that of an Exchange Administrator then the "Autodiscover: Outlook Provider" will return Failure.
Running the command on an Exchange 2010 server for a 2010 mailbox does not require the MailboxCredential parameter and always succeeds.
Why the change for 2013?
- Edited by m3driver Saturday, August 03, 2013 10:44 PM
Based on my experience, it will be more efficient to test web services by directly accessing their urls via IE.
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"it will be more efficient to test web services by directly accessing their urls via IE." - so the answer is "Don't use Test-OutlookWebServices"?
And there's not explanation to "Why the change for 2013?"?
- Edited by MF47 Wednesday, November 27, 2013 12:27 PM typo