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Figure 5-10 Viewing PowerShell code for a bulk mailbox edit.
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EMC also includes the ability to capture details of all of the EMS commands executed during a session. This is a very useful facility for many purposes, including auditing of administrator commands on sensitive systems and the ability to send a complete record of all commands required to replicate a problem that can then be sent to Microsoft or another support organization. You can also use the information captured in the log to understand how the Exchange cmdlets work and how to pass properly formatted values to parameters. Capturing commands into the EMS log is enabled by default. To view the entries in the command log, on the View menu, select View Exchange Management Shell Command Log. EMC then displays a separate window (Figure 5-11) that displays any commands that have been logged and allows you to turn logging on or off, to write the contents of the log to a comma-delimited text file, to clear an existing log, and so on.
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Figure 5-11 Viewing entries in the EMS command log.
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Figure 5-11 illustrates how EMS command logging works. Details of the EMS cmdlets and parameters are captured in the background. The command log provides an interesting insight into how EMC works and demonstrates just how tight the connection between it and EMS is. You can pick up a lot of tips about how to formulate EMS commands and how to pass correct values to cmdlet parameters by browsing through the command log. In this case, we can see that the following steps are executed (when relevant, the code executed is shown underneath the step):
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1. A bulk update is applied to two mailboxes (the command used is selected in the
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bottom pane of the command viewer). EMC then refreshes its display with:
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Get-Recipient -PropertySet ConsoleLargeSet -ResultSize '1000' -SortBy DisplayName -RecipientType 'UserMailbox'
2. The administrator moves from the Mailbox node under Recipient Configuration to
Distribution Groups. EMC therefore fetches details of distribution groups from Active Directory. The filter used differs in Exchange 2010 SP1, because EMC now uses a call to the Get-OrganizationalUnit cmdlet, which is faster than the calls used in Exchange 2010.
Get-OrganizationalUnit -IncludeContainers -Identity 'contoso.com' SingleNodeOnly
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3. The administrator begins to create a new dynamic distribution group. Part of
this process is the creation of a filter for Exchange to use to determine group membership. The administrator uses the Preview feature to see whether the filter entered generates the correct group membership (the filter is passed in the RecipientPreviewFilter parameter at the end of the command).
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Get-Recipient -ResultSize Unlimited -PropertySet ConsoleSmallSet -RecipientTypeDetails RemoteUserMailbox,RemoteRoomMailbox,RemoteEquipmentMailbox, RemoteSharedMailbox, MailUser,UserMailbox,LinkedMailbox,SharedMailbox,LegacyMailbox,RoomMailbox, EquipmentMailbox,PublicFolder,MailContact,MailForestContact, MailUniversalDistributionGroup,MailUniversalSecurityGroup,MailNonUniversalGroup, DynamicDistributionGroup -OrganizationalUnit 'contoso.com/Exchange Users' -RecipientPreviewFilter '(&(st=Berlin)
4. The filter must be satisfactory when the administrator proceeds to create the new
dynamic distribution group. When instantiated, the filter uses one of the special conditional properties. See 6, Managing Mail-Enabled Recipients, for more information about dynamic distribution groups.
New-DynamicDistributionGroup -Name 'German Users' -RecipientContainer 'contoso.com/Exchange Users' -IncludedRecipients 'MailboxUsers' -ConditionalStateOrProvince 'Berlin','Germany' -OrganizationalUnit 'contoso.com/Exchange Users' -Alias 'GermanUsers'
5. The administrator navigates to the Organization Configuration node. This action
forces EMC to refresh the data that it displays and requires the execution of a number of cmdlets to fetch information about organization-level components such as mailbox and public folder databases (Exchange 2010 holds these objects at the organization level rather than at the server level, as previous versions do).
6. The administrator moves to the Hub Transport node and updates the properties of a
send connector. The first cmdlet fetches the properties of the connector so that they can be displayed, the second updates the MaxMessageSize property to 20 MB, and the third refreshes the connector information in EMC s display. Note the interesting use of the globally unique identifier (GUID) to identify the connector, whereas the first use of the Get-SendConnector cmdlet uses the display name.
Get-SendConnector -Identity 'To Internet' Set-SendConnector -MaxMessageSize '20 MB (20,971,520 bytes)' -Identity 'To Internet Get-SendConnector -Identity 'ee1a81fc-7427-4191-8677-5a091a2d0a16'
The addition of bulk edits and the command log gives administrators new ways to understand and use EMS for their own purposes.
Naming conventions
The topic of naming conventions should be covered when you plan for deployment. We ve already touched on server naming conventions in 2. It s important that a server be assigned a name that make sense and conveys some information about its purpose, because this will make it much easier for administrators to manage the organization. Other important objects to consider when naming include the following:
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