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  • Exchange 2010 Permissions and Security Groups

    By Elan Shudnow Because Exchange 2010 utilized PowerShell 2.0, Exchange now has the ability to take advantage of PowerShell Remoting which allows you to remotely manage your Exchange systems; if that didn’t already seem obvious by the name PowerShell ... Read More
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by ps2 on 04-23-2009
    Filed under: Exchange 2010, Security, Security Groups, Permissions
  • PowerShell Modules and Exchange 2010 prerequisites

    PowerShell v2 introduces the concept of modules – these can be scripts or dlls (think snapin from V1). The modules that are loaded into PowerShell can be viewed by using get-modules. When you install roles\functions onto Windows 2008 R2 ... Read More
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by ps2 on 04-24-2009
    Filed under: Exchange 2010, PowerShell Modules
  • Connecting to a remote ...

    By Henrik Walther Written by Henrik Walther, Microsoft MVP, the intention of this blog is to deliver the best content when it comes to information, news, tips and tweaks for the Microsoft Exchange Server product on topics such as mobile messaging, MONAD, ... Read More
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by ps2 on 04-27-2009
    Filed under: Remoting, Exchange 2010
  • How to enter Exchange Server 2010 Product Key with PowerShell

    By admin If you don't want to use Exchange Management Console, you can use Powershell: Set-ExchangeServer -Identity '%Name%' -ProductKey '%ProductKey%'. So simple but important command for me :) You need to restart “Information Store” service. ... Read More
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by ps2 on 11-20-2009
    Filed under: Exchange 2010, Enter Product Key
  • You Had Me At EHLO... : How to Manage Groups that I already own in Exchange 2010

    By Exchange If we look at these in PowerShell we see: Here is the Role that is created by the script. By default it is named MyDistributionGroupsManagement and is a child of the MyDistributionGroups role. Here we can see all of the cmdlet that the ... Read More
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by ps2 on 12-01-2009
    Filed under: Exchange 2010, Manage Groups
  • New to powershell

    Hi all, started reading Mastering powershell ...very interesting & easy flow... can any ony help me to find what is being done by the following script... Get-Content c:\temp\temp.txt | Get-User |%{ $als=$_.FirstName + "." + $_.LastName + ".Ext" ; set-mailbox $_.DisplayName -alias...
    Posted to Exchange (Forum) by shajahanak on 06-29-2010
    Filed under: Exchange 2010, Exchange cmdlets, Active directory cmdlets
  • .net remote powershell with Exchange 2010 Cmdlets - Problem with "Script block literals are not allowed in restricted language mode or a Data section"

    Hi All, I am trying to run cmdlets from VB.NET. I managed to create a session to a remote session and to run either basic powershell commands or Exchange 2010 cmdlets. However I have a problem when trying to run more complex scripts, like "Get-Mailbox | Where-Object {$_.database -match "database"...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by OlivierR on 12-03-2010
    Filed under: remoting, Exchange, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, .net
  • Getting the information of a server

    Hello all, I'm currently trying to make a powershell script that gives me the following information in an e-mail with an XML attachment that contains the asked information This is the information I need to get: Computername - How much space there is left/free - How much space there is used Memory...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by Vedanta on 02-16-2011
    Filed under: performance, Exchange, powershell, exchange 2010, Exchange 2007
  • How to view databases in a DAG...

    I'm wanting to be able to see all the databases in a database availibility group. I know I can do get-databaseavailibilitygroup "dag name" | FL and see the details of that dag. How would I be able to see the databases that are being hosted in that dag? Any ideas? Thanks...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 05-25-2011
    Filed under: powershell, exchange 2010
  • PSSnapins for Exchange 2010 (BPOS)

    Afternoon all, I was hoping someone could suggest what I can do or how to solve my problems running powershell cmdlets from my Win 7 Pro desktop machine to retrieve number of users, for each database or each server? Unfortunately our migration to BPOS was from exchange 2003 directly to exchange 2010...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by j0seg on 05-31-2011
    Filed under: ImportPSSession, BPOS Migration, exchange 2010, Get-ExchangeServer
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