Oab not updating
Office" location that might be able to be passed to the "gal download directory"? @pbowden with Microsoft created a tool to deal with this.https://github.com/pbowden-msft/Nuke Off Keychain Kerberos and Autodiscover are unrelated.It seems one of the most common problems that customers encounter on a regular basis with Microsoft Online is their Offline Address Book not updating.In working this case numerous times with support we’ve learned this can be caused by a couple things:1.After discovering a DC with the GAL, it appears that Outlook never tries to query for GAL servers again. @dstranathan I think I'm getting closer to an answer.I assume it does this by searching for _ldap._loc SVR records in DNS or it does it via AD CAS Auto Discover foo that Im unaware of. Through this post, I found what looks to be the Offline Address Book .plist file here: /Users/isaachalvorson/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.After updates to the Exchange contacts, client reported not being able to see the updated version.
To make new users show up in the GAL immediately, you can force a rebuild of the OAB.
The Show In Address Book attribute is not correctly set on the user object, which requires support to run a fix address list script2. OAB issues are extremly frustrating issues to open support tickets on, because often times it’s assumed it’s a client side issue and support wants you to delete the OAB on the client, which rarely fixes the issue if all clients are having the same problem.
In support’s defense, I don’t think they have the ability to see when the OAB was last updated either, which makes it difficult to troubleshoot.
If you can log in then you're connecting correctly.
You won't necessarily download or see anything by doing this, though. In my situation Outlook 2016 is @talkingmoose I've been using your script for our Outlook automation (with a few tweaks here and there).