EDIT: This feature is now live in the Exchange 2010 SP2 RU3 build of Exchange. Will add a post about this change at a future date.
This post is to clarify that a previously discussed feature that was intended for Exchange 2010 SP1 is not in the SP1 final build.
The feature I am referring to is the allow/block cross site RPC Client Access connections. This sometimes comes up in workshops and discussions with clients regarding CAS & DAG interaction. There are numerous blogs (http://tinyurl.com/4yysfp5) and a couple of books that describe the feature.
If you read the current TechNet documentation on the Set-DatabaseAvailabilitygroup cmdlet then you will see that the feature is listed as reserved. This is available here:
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