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manually load the Exchange snap-ins in a local Windows powerShell session; however, this is not supported. For information about manually connecting a remote EMS to an Exchange server see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd297932.aspx.
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Windows PowerShell is also available for other products, not only Exchange. These include Microsoft products such as System Center Operations Manager, Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager, System Center Data Protection Manager, Microsoft SQL Server 2008, and many features in Windows Server 2008 R2. Other third-party products also have embraced Windows PowerShell as a management interface for their products. This momentum provides added incentive to learn about and become proficient in using Windows PowerShell so as to more easily manage all of these products.
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however, a basic understanding of Windows powerShell and how it works is required to understand portions of this book. For additional information about Windows powerShell scripting visit the Microsoft TechNet Script Center at http://technet.microsoft.com/ scriptcenter.
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Windows powerShell Basics
For those who have made the plunge into Windows PowerShell by using it in Exchange Server 2007, thankfully little has changed in how it functions on the surface even with all of the changes underneath. If you have not had any experience with Windows PowerShell prior to Exchange 2010, a basic overview will help you navigate the remainder of this book. Windows PowerShell is an object-based operating environment built to provide a simple yet powerful administrative interface. Each Windows PowerShell action is known as a cmdlet. These cmdlet names always start with a verb, then have a hyphen followed by a noun. For example, to retrieve information about a mailbox you may run the Get-Mailbox cmdlet. Some of the common verbs used in Exchange cmdlets are:
Add This verb places an object in an already created object. For example, AddDistributionGroupMember adds a mail-enabled object into a distribution group.
Get This verb retrieves information it will not change any settings. For example, the
Get-Mailbox cmdlet retrieves information about one or more mailboxes.
New This verb creates a new instance of an object or task. For example, New-Mailbox
creates a new mailbox.
Remove This verb deletes an object or removes it from another object. For example,
Remove-DistributionGroup removes the specified distribution group.
Set This verb makes a configuration change. For example, Set-Mailbox will change the
configuration of a specific mailbox.
The noun portion of the cmdlet (the part to the right of the hyphen) has a number of options and is the target of the verb. For example, you can New-, Get-, Remove-, and Set- the Mailbox noun. This verb-noun pairing makes it easy to discover cmdlets that match the action you want to take. If you need to create a new database, you know you need to find a cmdlet that starts with New- and that contains MailboxDatabase. Thus to create a new mailbox database you need to use New-MailboxDatabase. Each cmdlet also has a variety of parameters that are used to control the actions the cmdlet performs. For example, the Set-Mailbox cmdlet has a number of parameters, including Identity, DisplayName, HiddenFromAddressListEnabled, IssueWarningQuota, LitigationHoldEnabled, and so forth. You can use more than 100 parameters with the Set-Mailbox cmdlet. For example, to set Joel s mailbox warning quota to 2 GB you run the Set-Mailbox -Identity Joel
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Introducing Exchange Server 2010
-IssueWarningQuota 2GB cmdlet. The Identity parameter in each cmdlet is the object that you want to perform the object against. In the previous example Identity was the alias for the mailbox we wanted to adjust. A positional parameter means that PowerShell expects a value for the parameter at a specific place in the cmdlet syntax. For most cmdlets the Identity parameter is expected in the first position and does not need to be identified. To illustrate we could modify the previous example to omit the reference to the Identity parameter to the Set-Mailbox Joel -IssueWarningQuota 2GB cmdlet and get the same result.
Using Get-Help
Each Exchange cmdlet also has help information available. The cmdlet that retrieves help for other cmdlets is Get-Help. To obtain help about Get-MailboxDatabase run Get-Help Set-MailboxDatabase, as shown in Figure 1-12.
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