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Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange Server: Distribution Groups and Databases


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
A large part of day-to-day Exchange Server management involves the creation and management of distribution groups. This course covers distribution group management with PowerShell. It goes on to cover address lists and mailbox data, and managing client access to Exchange.

Target Audience
Exchange server administrators and developers looking to understand the command line interface to Microsoft SQL Server

Prerequisites
none

Expected Duration (hours)
2.2

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange Server: Distribution Groups and Databases

  • start the course
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to report on distribution group membership in Exchange Server
  • configure administrator audit logging settings in Microsoft Exchange Server using PowerShell cmdlets
  • preview the membership of an Exchange dynamic distribution group from within the Exchange Management Shell in a PowerShell session
  • use PowerShell to create a recipient filter that excludes hidden recipients from dynamic distribution groups in Exchange
  • use Microsoft PowerShell to convert and upgrade distribution groups when migrating from earlier versions of Exchange
  • use Microsoft PowerShell to allow managers to modify the memberships of distribution groups in Exchange
  • identify and remove disabled user accounts from distribution groups in Exchange utilizing PowerShell cmdlets
  • use Microsoft Exchange Management Shell cmdlets to manage the policies and naming conventions of user-created distribution groups
  • use Microsoft Exchange Management Shell cmdlets to administer and manage public distribution group membership settings and restrictions
  • use Exchange Management Shell cmdlets to create, filter, and manage address lists and their recipients within organizational units
  • create and export an address list using Exchange Management Shell
  • use Exchange Management Shell to create and configure a database in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • relocate a database or logs using Exchange Management Shell cmdlets in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • manage the size of mailbox databases in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • get information about the size of a mailbox database using Exchange Management Shell cmdlets
  • determine the number of mailboxes in a database and across multiple databases in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • determine the average mailbox size for a particular database in megabytes in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • access the backup status of a mailbox, and locate mailboxes that have not been backed up in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • access Administrative Audit Logs and filter them for necessary information in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • enable and configure mailbox audit logging, in the Microsoft Exchange 2013 Management Shell
  • enable and disable mail client options for a single user and for an organizational unit in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • configure the External URLs for a number of virtual directories from within the Microsoft Exchange 2013 Management Shell
  • manage Outlook Anywhere settings in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • block specific Outlook versions from connecting to Exchange in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • control access by ActiveSync devices in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • create a transport rule in Microsoft PowerShell and Exchange
  • Course Number:
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