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Maybe part of your daily routine is to view the event logs and verify that certain events have occurred or, in some cases, not occurred on your Exchange server You can use the Get-Eventlog cmdlet to help you perform the mundane procedure and free up some of your valuable time For example, you could look for a specific Event ID, like 1221, which is generated when online defragmentation completes This log is unique in that it not only identifies when defragmentaiton completes, but it also indicates how much white space exists in each database
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[PS] C:\>Get-Eventlog Application | Where-Object {$_Eventid -eq 1221} | Format-Table Message,TimeGenerated
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Or perhaps you just want to find out if any errors were issued by the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) service
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[PS] C:\>Get-Eventlog Application | Where-Object {(($_Source -like "*ESE*") -and ($_EntryType -like "Error"))} | Format-Table Message, TimeGenerated
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Use these two examples as building blocks, and you can build a Windows PowerShell script that can report on all of the events that are important for you to monitor
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In order to automate mailbox creation, there first has to be a source that provides a list of new users Typically, this will come from a human resources department As long as you can get this information in the form of a comma separated file (CSV), you can use that file to automate the creation of new mailboxes The file could look something like this:
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Name,User Name, Department Neal Bush, NBush, Consulting, Jason Judge, JJudge, Executive, Larry Thompson, LThompson, Sales Andy Langsam, ALangsam, R&D
There are two ways in which you can choose to create the new mailbox You can choose to use a template account or you can just use the default settings In the following example, we will use just the default settings If you want to know more about using templates, see the Microsoft TechNet article How to Use Templates to Create Recipients (http://technetmicrosoftcom/en-us/library/bb125152aspx)
$Pass = ConvertTo-SecureString "ChangeM3" -asPlainText -Force Import-CSV "C:\NewMailboxUserscsv" | ForEach-Object -Process {NewMailbox -Name $_Name -UserPrincipalName "$($_UserName)@pennywiseresort com" -OrganizationalUnit "pennywiseresortcom/Users" -Database "Mailbox Database" -Password $Pass -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon $true}
As we mentioned earlier, when creating new mailboxes, you have to provide a password When you are trying to automate the creation of mailboxes, you have to find a way to pass a secure string of characters into each new user object This script accomplishes it with the ConvertTo-SecureString cmdlet The string is saved as a variable, and then the variable $Pass is called on during the creation of each user Since every user will end up with the same password, the -ResetPasswordOnNextLogon cmdlet is invoked to force a password change when the user logs on for the first time
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In this exercise, you will create a Windows PowerShell script file that will create a new storage group and mailbox database Then the script will look for the 10 largest mailboxes
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in the organization, excluding the system mailboxes Finally, the mailboxes will be moved to the newly created mailbox database 1 Open Notepad 2 Type the following:
Write-Host "Creating a New Storage Group" New-StorageGroup -Name StorageAnnex -Server PW-EX1 Write-Host "New Storage Group Created" Write-Host "Creating New Mailbox Database" New-MailboxDatabase -Name SuperSizedMBX -StorageGroup StorageAnnex Mount-Database SuperSizedMBX Write-Host "Mailbox Database Created" Write-Host "Searching for Mailboxes to Move" Get-MailboxStatistics | where {$_DisplayName -notlike "System*" } | sort TotalItemSize -Descending | Select-Object -First 1 | MoveMailbox -TargetDatabase "SuperSizedMBX" Write-Host "Completed Successfully"
3 Save the file as C:\toptenoffendersps1 4 Close Notepad
Configuring PowerShell for Scripts
By default, the security setting in Windows PowerShell may prevent you from running script files Only the interactive sessions we have been using so far in this chapter will work with Windows PowerShell by default The ability to run Windows PowerShell script files is controlled by an execution policy The policies are: Restricted AllSigned RemoteSigned (default) Unrestricted
To view the current policy, just type:
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