Installation of Exchange 2016-Building a Trusted Application Pool for Outlook Web App

Primarily, we need to get site ID of our Skype environment. Login into your Frontend server, begin Skype PowerShell and execute the following command

 

Get-CsSite | Select-Object DisplayName, SiteID
 

Exchange Outlook Web App

 

Since we have SiteID, execute this command to create a new Trusted Application pool:
 

New-CsTrustedApplicationPool -Identity ex.domain.local -Registrar skype.domain.local -Site 1 – RequiresReplication $False

 

Where Ex.domain.local is FQDN of your Exchange server and Skype.domain.local is FQDN of your Skype Frontend Server. Site 1 is the SiteID we got from executing Get-CsSite.

 

Output on screen will look like this:
 

Exchange output Screen

 

After building the trusted application pool, executing this command to configure an application Identity and a port for Outlook Web App:
 

New-CsTrustedApplication -ApplicationId OutlookWebApp -TrustedApplicationPoolFqdn ex.domain.local – Port 5199

 

Output will look like this:

 

Outlook Application

 

To complete this, execute the following command:
 

Enable-CsTopology
 

If this is successful, it must look like this:

 

Outlook CS topology

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