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Exchange 2016 Part 11: Exchange Management Shell
 
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Exchange 2016 Part 11: Exchange Management Shell This tutorial gives you the exact steps Configure Exchange 2016 via Exchange Management Shell Watch More Video Tutorial: http://www.ittraining.vn Like Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ITTrainingTutorial Like Us on Google +: https://plus.google.com/+ITTrainingTutorials
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Exchange PowerShell Script: Get-MailboxReport.ps1 Demonstration
 
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http://exchangeserverpro.com/powershell - This free PowerShell script available from Exchange Server Pro allows you to quickly and easily generate useful mailbox reports for your Exchange Server 2007 or 2010 organization.
Views: 80048 Practical 365
Exchange Server 2010 - Creating Mailboxes in Bulk using a PowerShell Script
 
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In this DrillBit™ Video, MVP Mike Pfeiffer shows how to use PowerShell to create Exchange Server mailboxes in bulk. Learn which Cmndlets to use in the Exchange Management Shell that allow the import of different file formats such as CSV and text files. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
Views: 15872 InterfaceTT
Exchange PowerShell Script: Test-ExchangeServerHealth
 
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http://exchangeserverpro.com/powershell - This free PowerShell script lets you perform a health check of one or all of your Exchange 2010 servers, and automatically email the results to you in HTML format.
Views: 15511 Practical 365
Demo 5 Exchange management Shell.avi
 
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Demonstration: Working with the Exchange Management Shell
Views: 410 Bryan OConnor
PowerShell for common Office 365 Operations
 
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In this 300 level session, you will learn how to automate the management of Office 365 using Windows PowerShell. We will discuss how to connect Windows PowerShell to Office 365, tour the Office 365 cmdlets, and demonstrate how to manage domains, users, and services including Exchange Online, and SharePoint Online.
HOW TO SEND EMAILS FROM POWERSHELL
 
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With Windows Powershell, you can easily create and send an e-mail from the command line, without extra software. Script: https://pastebin.com/hLFECezh The Following tutorial is for educational purpose only. ► Connect with me! ◄ ▪️ Facebook: http://bit.ly/1qbV9MT ▪️ Google+: http://bit.ly/1Ofe5ps
Views: 7087 Atomic Boy
Getting Started with the Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
 
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A brief walk through of how to use the Exchange Management Shell (EMS), and an introduction to Exchange Management Shell Commands relevant to Exchange Server Watch this video: http://exclusivelyexchange.com/exchange-management-shell-ems/ For more Exchange Server 2007 training videos: http://exclusivelyexchange.com/exchange-2007-training-videos/
Views: 2417 ExclusivelyExchange
Exchange 2010 - Sending emails with PowerShell
 
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In this video we'll take a look at how to use PowerShell and the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) utilizing the GetMailbox cmdlet to email reports as attachments or in the body of an email message using the SendMailMessage cmdlet. Also, it may be useful to send the script as the body of the email message like an HTML report for example. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
Views: 4527 InterfaceTT
How to manage Exchange Server 2010 using PowerShell Remoting
 
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In this DrillBit™ Video, learn how to use PowerShell Remoting to control Exchange Server 2010. It's important to be able to manage your Exchange 2010 environment from anywhere in the world. Using PowerShell Remoting, you can have the Exchange cmdlets anywhere without installing additional tools or software. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
Views: 5406 InterfaceTT
Microsoft PowerShell for Beginners - Video 1
 
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This part 1 of a multi-part series for learning PowerShell. This video covers the basics to get you up and running. * Get-Command * Get-Help * Get-Alias * Get-Member * Get-History * Start-Transcript Video 2 on manipulating Lists is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9xPJXslVWE Want to make your PowerShell color coded and easier to use? Check out this video for Windows 7 and 8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jAH92mBbRk For support or more information about PowerShell check out http://www.boldzebras.com Edit notes: None. :)
Views: 603429 Shane Young
Exchange 2016 Vs 2010 Shell Commands for Admins
 
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The Exchange Management Shell is built on Windows PowerShell technology and provides a powerful command-line interface that enables the automation of Exchange administration tasks. You can use the Exchange Management Shell to manage every aspect of Exchange. For example, you can create email accounts, create Send connectors and Receive connectors, configure mailbox database properties, and manage distribution groups. You can use the Exchange Management Shell to perform every task that's available in the Exchange graphical management tools, plus things that you can't do there (for example, bulk operations). In fact, when you do something in the Exchange admin center (EAC), the Exchange Control Panel (ECP), or the Exchange Management Console (EMC), it's the Exchange Management Shell that does the work behind the scenes. The Exchange Management Shell also provides a robust and flexible scripting platform. Visual Basic scripts that required many lines of code can be replaced by Exchange Management Shell commands that use as little as one line of code. The Exchange Management Shell provides this flexibility because it uses an object model that's based on the Microsoft .NET Framework. This object model enables Exchange cmdlets to apply the output from one command to subsequent commands. To start using the Exchange Management Shell immediately, see the Exchange Management Shell documentation section later in this topic.
Views: 226 Enayat Meer
Managing Office 365 using PowerShell
 
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This webinar will show you the basics required to manage an Office 365 tenant with PowerShell. It will also show you how to perform many of the most common management tasks all using scripts.
Views: 13382 Robert Crane
Automate your PowerShell scripts with Windows Task Scheduler
 
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In this video you will learn how to save your PowerShell cmdlets as a PS1 file and then run that PS1 file as a scheduled task. Pretty cool stuff. Short and to the point keeping you moving forward on your PowerShell skills journey. Here is the code from the script if you need it: Get-Date | Out-File E:\Demo\log4video.txt -Append Get-PSDrive -PSProvider FileSystem | Out-File E:\Demo\log4video.txt -Append Video on creating useful CSV files https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXBMdIkH24I Video on using Get-Date https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQn7zgwlG40 BONUS: This video shows you how to create the task with PowerShell https://youtu.be/izlIJTmUW0o If you need more PowerShell help you can always contact me via https://www.BoldZebras.com
Views: 25961 Shane Young
Install and Configure PowerShell for Office 365
 
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In this show, I show you how to install the Office 365 PowerShell components, how to connect to your account online, and a few tips along the way. This show is the foundation to you automating things with PowerShell. Cmdlets covered: * Import-Module MSOnline * Connect-MsolService * Import-Module LyncOnlineConnector * New-CsOnlineSession * Import-Module Microsoft.Online.Sharepoint.PowerShell * Connect-SPOService Link to the website I reference: http://powershell.office.com/get-started Video on installing the Patterns and Practices PowerShell for SharePoint Online. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmni0TqknBE If you are brand new to PowerShell and need to learn more I have a beginners video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHrGresKu2w If you need help with PowerShell for Office 365 https://www.boldzebras.com is happy to connect us.
Views: 21388 Shane Young
EMS : Create User Mailbox
 
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EMS : Create User Mailbox 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller - DC2 : Exchange Server - WIN71, WIN72 : client 2. Step by step - DC2 : Create mailbox for NamQA and HanIT + Exchange Management Shell, type : + Existing user in domain : + Enable-Mailbox -Identity 'pns.vn/QA/NamQA' -Alias 'NamQA' -Database 'DB2' + Not existing user in domain : + New-Mailbox -Name 'HanIT' -Alias 'HanIT' -OrganizationalUnit 'pns.vn/IT' -UserPrincipalName '[email protected]' -SamAccountName 'HanIT'-FirstName 'HanIT' -Password (ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText [email protected] -Force) -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $false -Database 'DB2' - WIN71 : Logon NamQA account - Start - Outlook 2013 - Logon with account NamQA - OK - WIN72 : Logon HanIT account - Start - Outlook 2013 - Logon with account HanIT - OK
Views: 632 microsoft lab
Office 365 Labs – Using PowerShell to automate tasks
 
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Task automation is very important for CSPs and for in general when managing larger Office 365 environments. In this webcast of the Office 365 Labs series we will showcase the power of PowerShell when it comes to get things done in a very fast way. Specifically, we will demonstrate how fast we can create users using PowerShell, assigning licenses using different license options and perform different operations on Azure Active Directory and Exchange Online.
Views: 7024 Office365Labs
PowerShell Script - Get-DailyBackupAlerts.ps1 Demo
 
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http://exchangeserverpro.com/set-automated-exchange-2010-database-backup-alert-email - Demonstration of a PowerShell script to automatically check your Exchange Server mailbox databases to make sure they are being backed up.
Views: 2686 Practical 365
Running the ExchangeCK powershell script for Modular Messaging with Exchange back end systems
 
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This video is about the ExchangeCK Powershell script used on Modular Messaging with Exchange back end systems to test prior to migration to Exchange 2010, and to troubleshoot or diagnose issues. Produced by: Sean Heasley
Views: 120 Avaya Mentor
Automating Tasks with Exchange Server 2010 using the Exchange Scripting Agent
 
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In this DrillBit™ Video, Microsoft MVP Mike Pfeiffer shows how to use PowerShell to automate tasks in Exchange Server. In Exchange 2010, all the graphical tools are built on top of PowerShell commands. Using the Exchange Scripting Agent will allow you to control the execution of your commands in the background to automate tasks in your exchange organization. Mike Pfeiffer shows how to override some of the default settings used by the Exchange Management Console using Windows PowerShell.
Views: 2226 InterfaceTT
how to create phone directory use shell programming
 
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i am sudhir nagar i am create phone directory
Views: 6587 SUDHIR NAGAR
Install Exchange Management Tools
 
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Install Exchange Management Tools 1. Prepare - DC1 : Domain Controller - DC2 : Domain Member (installed Exchange) - DC3 : Domain Member (install Exchange Management Tools) - File install Exchange 2010 2. Step by step : Install Exchange Management Tools on DC3 - DC3 : + Server Manager - Features - Add Features, select : + .Net Framework 3.5.1 ... + Remote Server Administration Tools .... + AD DS Snap-Ins and command-line Tools + RPC over HTTP proxy - Role services, select : + ASP.NET + Diguest authentication + Dynamic content compression + IIS 6 compatibility + IIS 6 Managenment Console - Next - Install + Start - services.msc - Double-Click "Net.Tcp Port Sharing Service" - Startup type : Automatic - start + Restart server + Create a folder named Exchange on drive C:\ , extract file install into folder Exchange + File Explorer - C: - Exchange - Double-Click setup == Install + To Installation Type - Choose "Custom Exchange Server Installation" - Select "Management Tools" - Finish + Exchange Management Console - Recipient Configuration - Right-Click Mailbox - New mailbox... - User Mailbox - Existing users : - Add... : - VietHR - Next to Finish = OK
Views: 3424 microsoft lab
Exchange Server 2016 : Gestion via Exchange Management Shell - trailer | video2brain.com
 
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Formation complète : http://bit.ly/2cjVACF Utilisez PowerShell pour vos tâches de gestion, de surveillance et de dépannage Tirez parti des applets de commande d'Exchange Management Shell pour la gestion d'Exchange Server 2016. Si vous êtes administrateur de serveurs Windows Exchange, notamment de la version 2016, apprenez à gérer votre système au quotidien avec les cmdlets. Découvrez comment utiliser les commandes PowerShell d'Exchange. Passez en revue les cmdlets pour les tâches de gestion des utilisateurs et les tâches de surveillance de base. Traitez également du dépannage quotidien, des tâches liées à la sécurité et des tâches applicatives. Ainsi, en suivant cette formation de Claude Couderc, vous saurez utiliser les cmdlets PowerShell d'Exchange Server 2016 et automatiser la gestion des services de messagerie Microsoft.
Office 365 Tutorial  How to log into Exchange PowerShell
 
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to log into Exchange PowerShell. This allows you to use scripts to automate Exchange and find notions not available in the admin center. Here are the commands we will use: $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session Remove-PSSession $Session
Views: 2017 Robert McMillen
Using the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to delete messages with cmdlet Search-Mailbox
 
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Ever need to delete emails to large distribution lists in Exchange Server 2010? In this DrillBit™ Video, Microsoft MVP Mike Pfeiffer shows how to use the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to delete messages with a new cmdlet called Search-Mailbox. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
Views: 17182 InterfaceTT
Powershell Add Multiple Users Quickly
 
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Quickly add bulk Active Directory users. How to add many users in bulk at once. Screenshots, instructions, and downloads: http://bit.ly/1P26Jzf I put out a couple other videos with a slightly different method and script, but I feel this one is a lot more simple and easier to work with. Why manually create multiple users in Active Directory when you can script it using Powershell? Tutorial options: • Watch and follow the video tutorial here • Read and follow the text tutorial at http://pc-addicts.com/powershell-create-multiple-users-ver-2 • Both! Powershell - Create Multiple Users in Active Directory Quickly Information Objective: • Simplify the creation of multiple users in Active Directory. • Maintain standardization for punctuation and the proper fields needing to be filled in. What you will need: • New-Users_Sent.xlsx -- The spreadsheet we are sending to HR • New-Users_Returned.xlsx -- The returned spreadsheet from HR • NewUsers.csv -- The CSV version of the New-Users_Returned.xlsx spreadsheet • Add-NewUsers.ps1 -- Powershell script that will create the user accounts Additional requirements: • Quest ActiveRoles ADManagement Powershell Snapin • .net Framework 3.5 with SP1 or higher .... read more and find all the information you need, including scripts and the spreadsheets, here: http://bit.ly/1P26Jzf Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/1La0Chu -- PC-Addicts Website: http://pc-addicts.com PC-Addicts FaceBook Page: http://bit.ly/1TDJ6oX PC-Addicts Twitter: http://bit.ly/1StCtDY PC-Addicts Google+ Community Page: http://bit.ly/21gyYkF PC-Addicts on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/1QFmjmq
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How to Configure Powershell Remoting in Exchange Server 2010
 
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The video shows how to configure Powershell Remoting in Exchange Server 2010
Views: 1942 codetwosupport
Connect to Exchange Online Using Remote PowerShell
 
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There are times when you need to use PowerShell to connect to Office 365 to make changes. This clip will show you how to do just that! www.cliptraining.com
Views: 10932 ClipTraining
The top six PowerShell commands you need to know to manage Office 365 - THR2044
 
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In 20 minutes, we show you how to use six amazing commands for Office 365 that will convince you to use PowerShell if you aren't today, change your life for the better, and turn you into a system admin superhero.
Views: 573 Microsoft Ignite
Discover PowerShell - Running Remote Commands
 
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Basic setup and usage to Windows PowerShell 3 remoting commands.
Views: 20866 Michael West
Creating Multiple Mailboxes Using Powershell in Exchange 2010
 
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Learn how to create a bunch of mailboxes at once for an entire OU using the Exchange Management Shell (PowerShell).
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20345 1 Demo14 Monitoring Exchange Servers By Using Exchange Management Shell
 
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This Demo looks at monitoring Exchange 2016 servers with Exchange Management Shell
Views: 462 Bryan OConnor
Find the mailbox sizes And Export Exchange 2013 PowerShell
 
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Get-Mailbox Get-MailboxStatistics -server ex2016 Get-MailboxStatistics -server ex2016 | Sort-Object TotalItemSize -Descending | ft DisplayName,@{label=”TotalItemSize(MB)”;expression={$_.TotalItemSize.Value.ToMB()}},ItemCount Red To My Site http://yshvili.com/exchange-2016/375-find-the-mailbox-sizes-and-export-exchange-2013-powershell
Views: 11323 Yaniv Totshvili
Exchange and Office 365 Mail Contact Import using PowerShell
 
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Automates bulk import of mail contacts into Exchange and Office 365 / Exchange Online from a CSV file using a PowerShell script. Provides a PowerShell-based tool to import (and later remove if needed) mail contacts into Exchange server or Exchange Online/Office 365 from a properly-formatted CSV file. Leverages automatic Exchange discovery to minimize configuration and software requirements. While there are a number of scripts available that perform a similar import function, they often require extra inputs and are confusing to use. The aim here is to remove as much of the friction as possible. Simply drop the solution files onto an up-to-date Windows 7/8/2008 R2/2012+ machine, and you should be able to run the script right away. This script creates mail contacts in Exchange (which are really objects in the associated Active Directory domain) from records in a comma-separated values (CSV) format. Download the script and more here: https://automys.com/library/asset/exchange-and-office-365-mail-contact-import-using-powershell
Views: 5251 Automys
Troubleshooting WinRm part 1
 
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In this video, Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson talks about the WinRm log, how to find it, clear it, and use it in PowerShell.
Views: 1421 ed wilson
How to Configure Exchange 2007 Server
 
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Exchange Server 2007.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Released to business customers as part of Microsoft's roll-out wave of new products. It includes new clustering options, x64 support for greater scalability, voice mail integration, better search and support for Web services, better filtering options, and a new Outlook Web Access interface. Exchange 2007 also dropped support for Exchange 5.5 migrations, routeing groups, admin groups, Outlook Mobile Access, X.400, and some API interfaces, amongst other features. Exchange Server 2007 (v8, code name E12, or with SP1 v8.1) runs only on x64 versions of Windows Server. This requirement applies to supported production environments only; a 32-bit trial version is available for download and testing. Hence, companies currently running Exchange Server on 32-bit hardware will be required to replace or migrate hardware if they wish to upgrade to the new version. Companies that are currently running Exchange Server on 64-bit capable hardware are still required to migrate from their existing Exchange 2000/2003 servers to a new 2007 server since in-place upgrades are not supported in 2007. The first beta of Exchange Server 2007 (then named "Exchange 12" or E12) was released in December 2005 to a very limited number of beta testers. A wider beta was made available via TechNet Plus and MSDN subscriptions in March 2006 according to the Microsoft Exchange team blog. On April 25, 2006, Microsoft announced that the next version of Exchange Server would be called "Exchange Server 2007". Exchange Server 2007 is an integrated part of the Innovative Communications Alliance products. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!New features!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Protection: Antispam, antivirus, compliance, clustering with data replication, improved security and encryption.Improved Information Worker Access: Improved calendaring, unified messaging, improved mobility, improved web access. Improved IT Experience: 64-bit performance and scalability, a command-line shell and simplified GUI, improved deployment, role separation, simplified routeing. Exchange Management Shell: a new command-line shell and scripting language for system administration (based on Windows PowerShell). Shell users can perform every task that can be performed in the Exchange Server graphical user interface plus additional tasks and can program often-used or complex tasks into scripts that can be saved, shared, and re-used. The Exchange Management Shell has over 375 unique commands to manage features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. "Unified Messaging": Lets users receive voice mail, e-mail, and faxes in their mailboxes, and lets them access their mailboxes from cell phones and other wireless devices. Voice commands can be given to control and listen to e-mail over the phone (and also send some basic messages, like "I'll be late").Increased database maximum size limit: Database size is now limited to 16TB per database.Increased maximum storage groups and mail databases per server: 5 each for Standard Edition (from one each in Exchange Server 2003 Standard), and to 50 each for Enterprise Edition (from 4 groups and 20 databases in Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise). Configure Outlook Anywhere: Formerly known as RPC over HTTP provides external access to Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 for users. This also provides external URLs for Exchange services such as the Availability service and offline address book. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Editions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Standard edition Can have 5 databases in up to 5 storage groups. Supports LCR (Local Continuous Replication) and SCR (Standby Continuous Replication). Enterprise edition This is extended to 50 databases in up to 50 storage groups. Supports LCR (Local Continuous Replication), SCR (Standby Continuous Replication), SCC (Single Copy Clustering), and CCR (Clustered Continuous Replication).
Views: 30 ICT BLOG
Exchange2010: Management Shell Not Connecting.avi
 
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Was having a problem getting the Exchange Management shell to connect to the on-premise exchange server. I had detected a DNS problem with numerous DNS entries pointing to two IP addresses not in use on my network. Unfortunately, this did not solve the problem. The problem, per microsoft kb 2027062, was that an IIS binding was still pointing directly to one of those aforementioned IP addresses that weren't valid on my network.
Views: 2218 MrMvmain
How To Manage User Mailboxes In Exchange Using PowerShell
 
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If you enjoyed this video, be sure to head over to http://techsnips.io to get free access to our entire library of content! In this video, Anthony demonstrates how to create and manage mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange without naught but a tid bit of drivel. He shows the differences between Enable-Mailbox and New-Mailbox, Disable-Mailbox and Remove-Mailbox, and also some basic tasks using Set-Mailbox.
Views: 30 TechSnips
Remote Powershell to Exchange 2010
 
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How to connect to remote Exchange Server
Views: 1964 vojinle
Top 10 powershell windows 10 commands
 
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Views: 14038 Technical Ustad
Scripting Exchange 2013 installation and configuration
 
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Scripting Exchange 2013 installation and configuration. You can script the installation and configuration of Exchange 2013 quickly and with minimal interaction. The result is an Exchange 2013 server with a basic configuration able to send and receive emails. In most environments you will want to carry out additional configurations such as install an SSL certificate, creating additional receive connectors and additional databases etc. The Install-Exchange2013.ps1 script can be found here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Exchange-2013-Unattended-e97ccda4 Make sure you read the authors blog post to understand the different parameters and various ways you can use this script. The other scripts can be found here: http://www.stopdoingitwrong.co.uk/scripting-exchange-2013-installation-configuration/
Views: 105 StopDoingITWrong
How to Take the Fear Out of Learning PowerShell -- Jason Helmick -- Interface Technical Training
 
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http://interfacett.com For a complete transcript visit http://ow.ly/9yJ54 For IT administrators who are hesitant to learn PowerShell, this post will help take the fear out of getting started. PowerShell is not a scripting language. Yes, it does have a scripting language, but that's for automation and to make tools, which we'll discuss later. PowerShell's primary focus is to be a real-time interactive command tool that allows the user to be much more efficient in managing all system resources -- whether it be users, servers, applications, deployments and more. Many UNIX or Linux admins are already using PowerShell with ease, but if you haven't tried PowerShell yet, let's start off with a few basics. At first glance, many newcomers to PowerShell get lost when they see the command line.
Views: 34458 InterfaceTT
Exchange 2013 - Moving database mailboxes store
 
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Moving all Mailboxes database from one store to another in PowerShell mode
Views: 5244 Yaniv Totshvili