Since its release in 2009, the interest in Exchange 2010 has been fantastic.
While working with customers to educate them and prep them for moving to Exchange 2010, we’ve uncovered some common misconceptions . One trend has to do with misconceptions around the Client Access Server array object, or CAS array object for short. Technical Writer and frequent blogger Scott Schnoll suggested I put pen to paper… err… keys to keyboard (?) when I was commenting on this trend on an internal Microsoft distribution group, so here we are with this post.
I’m not going to go into all of the technical aspects of a CAS array object in this post. That’s already been covered wonderfully by Nagesh Magadev in a prior post: Exploring Exchange 2010 RPC Client Access service.
Click the link below to read more on the trues and lies about CAS Array
Demystifying the CAS Array Object – Part 1 – Exchange Team Blog – Site Home – TechNet Blogs