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    24 Hours Of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 8 Of 24) 24 Hours Of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 8 Of 24) Presentation Transcript

    • 24 Hours of Exchange Server 2007 (Part 8 of 24): Introduction to Windows Powershell Harold Wong [email_address] blogs.technet.com/haroldwong For audio, please try Streaming Internet Audio first If that doesn’t work, use: (800) 229-0449, Pin 9634
    • What We Will Cover
      • Introducing Windows PowerShell™
      • Using Windows PowerShell
      • Creating Windows PowerShell scripts
    • Agenda
      • Review
      • Introducing Windows PowerShell
      • Scripting with Windows PowerShell
    • Review: Configuring Exchange Server
      • Databases and storage groups concepts
      • Public Folder overview and replication
      • Folder and group Windows PowerShell Cmdlets
    • Review: Implementing the Mailbox Server
      • Mailbox server role
      • Client Access server role
      • Edge Transport server role
      • Unified Messaging server role
      Which server role must be installed on its own computer, without any other Exchange Server role?
    • Review: Implementing the Mailbox Server
      • Mailbox server role
      • Client Access server role
      • Hub Transport server role
      • Unified Messaging server role
      Which server role is optional, and may be left out of an Exchange Server 2007 deployment if desired?
    • Review: Implementing the Mailbox Server
      • Mailbox server role
      • Client Access server role
      • Edge Transport server role
      • Unified Messaging server role
      Microsoft ® Office Outlook ® 2007 clients inside your firewall typically access which Server to send and receive email?
    • Review: Public Folder Overview
      • Offline address book distribution
      • Free/busy lookups
      • RSS feeds
      • Outlook 2007 security settings
      Which of these built-in Outlook 2007 applications can not use public folders?
    • Review: Public Folder Overview
      • Mailbox server
      • Edge Transport server
      • Hub Transport server
      • Unified Messaging server
      Which server role hosts public folders in Exchange Server 2007?
    • Review: Public Folder Overview
      • Upgrade to Outlook 2007
      • Migrate public folders to form libraries
      • Share data with SharePoint Services
      • Develop new applications with the Microsoft ® .NET Framework
      As public folders become de-emphasized by Microsoft, which is not a recommended strategy to manage this change?
    • Review: Configure and Manage Public Folders
      • New-PublicFolderDatabase
      • Set-PublicFolder
      • Get-PublicFolder
      • None of the above
      Which of following cmdlets can be invoked by the Exchange Management Console?
    • Review: Configure and Manage Public Folders
      • New-PublicFolder
      • Set-PublicFolder
      • Get-PublicFolder
      • Update-PublicFolder
      Which cmdlet is used to manage public folder replicas?
    • Review: Configure and Manage Public Folders
      • *.vbs
      • *.ps1
      • *.msh
      • None of the above
      Which of the following script types can you run by default from the Exchange Management Shell?
    • Agenda
      • Review
      • Introducing Windows PowerShell
      • Scripting with Windows PowerShell
    • Windows PowerShell Overview Command-line interface Exchange Server snap-in Task automation Bulk operations Extends console
    • Windows PowerShell Features
      • Object-oriented data handling
      • Namespaces
      • Pipelining
      • Access to CMD commands
      • Trusted scripts
    • Why Use Windows PowerShell? One-liners Raw mode What if? Interactive
    • Windows PowerShell Syntax Name Alias Server StorageQuota ---- ---- ------ ------------ Bob Kelly bobk smbex01 unlimited Kim Akers kima smbex01 unlimited MSH> get-mailbox –server “smbex01” Verb Noun Name Argument String Command Parameter Property Names Property Values
      • Introducing Windows PowerShell
        • Use basic Windows PowerShell commands
        • Format output
      demonstration
    • Review: Introducing Windows Powershell
      • Redirect output to text files
      • Use the output of one command as the input for another
      • Read input from the keyboard
      • Temporarily pause the script
      Q1: What is the purpose of the pipeline?
    • Review: Introducing Windows Powershell
      • Get-Mailbox
      • Read-Mailbox
      • Get-User
      • Get-Mailuser
      Q2: Which CMDLET retrieves information about a user’s Exchange Server mailbox?
    • Review: Introducing Windows Powershell
      • Sort-Objects
      • Sort-Object
      • Sort-By
      • Sort-Row
      Q3: Which CMDLET sorts rows of output from a Windows PowerShell command?
    • Agenda
      • Review
      • Introducing Windows PowerShell
      • Scripting with Windows PowerShell
    • Reduced Complexity
    • Automating Management
      • Join multiple tasks together
      • Tasks and scripts can be called from managed code
      • Sample scripts available through community sites
      • Scripts can be reused
      • Performing Exchange Server Administration
        • Move mailboxes
        • Create a mail store
        • Create a Windows PowerShell script
      demonstration
    • Secure Scripting Environment Default is RemoteSigned Must call with full path Cannot automatically run scripts Four levels of security
    • Review: Scripting with Windows Powershell
      • Restricted
      • RemoteSigned
      • Unrestricted
      • AllSigned
      Q1: What is the default execution policy for the Windows PowerShell?
    • Review: Scripting with Windows Powershell
      • $
      • #
      • @
      • %
      Q2: What character indicates a user-defined variable In Windows PowerShell?
    • Review: Scripting with Windows Powershell
      • Get-ExecutionPolicy
      • Alter-ExecutionPolicy
      • Set-ExecutionPolicy
      • New-ExecutionPolicy
      Q3: Which CMDLET changes the execution policy in Windows PowerShell?
    • Session Summary
      • New command line and scripting utility
      • Manage all aspects of Exchange Server
      • Automate management tasks
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