Category: Powershell

Powershell based articles.

February 15, 2013

Quick Tip – Mapping mailboxes to forwarding contacts

A reader of my blog contacted me the other day with the following question: I am a contractor at my company which is being broken up because of investment developments. I need to do the following. Company has about 4200 users total About 1300 have gone to another company almost all of these have normal […]

November 4, 2012

Script to a shortcut icon on the desktop for the Exchange 2013 EAC

Script Description This PowerShell based script will create a shortcut to the Exchange Administrative Console for Exchange 2013 on the Desktop of each Exchange 2013 server which hosts the administrative tools. Download [ CreateExchangeAdminCentreIcon.ps1 – 1.5KB ] Usage Please refer to the following article(s): http://www.telnetport25.com/2012/11/quick-tipcreating-an-icon-on-the-desktop-for-the-exchange-2013-eac/

October 28, 2012

Quick Tip (Revisited) – How to get the physical sizes of Exchange Databases (in different versions of Exchange from a single script)

A couple of weeks back I published a very simple script which I had been using on a few versions of Exchange to determine the physical sizes of each of the EDB files. A reader commented that in Exchange 2010 – such an elaborate script was not needed as the Get-MailboxDatabase cmdlet contains a “DatabaseSize” […]

October 13, 2012

Exchange 2010–Get Physical Mailbox Database Size Script

Script Description This PowerShell script is a sample which is attached to this article. The script performs the following functions: Is executed from the Exchange Management Shell Provides you with the physical database size of all the Exchange Databases in your environment Download [ GetEXDBPhysicalSize.ps1 – 1.3KB ] Usage Please refer to the following article: […]

May 22, 2012

Client Access Array Switchover script…

Let’s kick off this post by considering the following Exchange 2010 DAG Configuration: In summary – the Exchange infrastructure is spread across 3 geographic sites. There are two DAG nodes on site A and B which are also running the Client Access Server and Hub Transport roles. At site C there is a file share […]

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