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  • .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
  • Recycling an IIS AppPool in powershell...

    I have put together a script that pulls a list of servers in the array and then tests outlook and owa connectivity to each. I also added a menu that allows a restart of selected services on all servers that show an error in connectivity. What im wanting to do is be able to recycle or restart an IIS AppPool...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-13-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, remoting, ImportPSSession, Exchange, script block, powershell, exchange 2010, array
  • Show a menu based on multiple variables!

    I'm writing a script in powershell. What I want to have happen, is to have a menu to restart a service appear based on an error being detected on the server. Say a service is not running, or outlook does not pass a connectivity test, I want the script to use both variables in determining to show...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-14-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, remoting, Exchange, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Add event logs to a transcript!

    I added the transcript option to my script. Using the start-transcript. What I want is to have event logs to be added into the transcrpt. I know you can use get-eventlog -logname application... But I want to add specific logged events into the transcript. Like, start-transcript -append eventlogs, something...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-15-2012
    Filed under: remoting, Exchange, script block, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Re: Add event logs to a transcript!

    Yes so I added the -append switch to the start-transcript. Also did a >> with get-eventlog so it would append that info to the info in the transcript. Problem is that it's throwing the error "unable to access the file as another person or process is all ready using it". So how would...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-20-2012
    Filed under: remoting, Exchange, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Re: Add event logs to a transcript!

    Ok so I was doing some further digging and realized that when a file in in use by start-transcript, that file appears to become locked from use by any other cmdlets. So what I did was this: start-transcript output file is C:\transcript.txt Run cmdlet, run test stop-transcript get-eventlog >> C...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-28-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, remoting, Exchange, script block, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Need to grab Exceptions from a test-outlookconnectivity test in powershell...

    I have a variable: $result = test-outlookconnectivity -protocol:http -trustanysslcert:$true -verbose What I want to do with it is pull any errors exceptions from the verbose output, and store them into a seperate variable so that I can use it how I want. So as an example: $error = @() $result = test...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 02-29-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • How do I use Invoke-Command correctly?

    Im trying to run the command test-outlookconnectivity -protocol:tcp or http -trustanysslcert:$true. I'm wanting to run it on a remote machine as if I were on the machine, and have the output returned to the screen of the local machine. As stated in this article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 03-07-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, remoting, Exchange, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Re: How do I use Invoke-Command correctly?

    Ok I got the command to work, turns outs that when you use -connectionuri you have to specify http://fqdn of the server/powershell when running a remote powershell command. However I have a new challenge. I have two variables: $domainid and $server. $domainid has the fqdn suffix of the server, like company...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 03-08-2012
    Filed under: InvokeCommand, remoting, ImportPSSession, script block, remote, powershell, exchange 2010, Powershell command:
  • Trouble using multiple variables in Exchange?

    I'm having this issue with using multiple variables in exchange powershell. Basically I have $var1 and $var2. I have an if,else statement that is looking at those two variables. Upon either of them being eq - true, they provide a service restart capability. This works fine, the problem is that if...
    Posted to PowerShell for Exchange (Forum) by jwhite on 08-05-2012
    Filed under: script block, remote, exchange 2010, Powershell command:, exchange2010, powershellshell
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