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Since the 2010 wave of Microsoft products, PowerShell is at the heart of administrative capabilities. This technology is becoming more powerful than ever, and it will not cease to grow in the future. So, it is important to start becoming familiar with it. Using PowerShell scripting to monitor an Exchange environment can be a daunting task for
Exchange administrators, especially when they do not know how to automate the main
cmdlets. This white paper deals with the utilization of basic PowerShell commands that will enable the user to monitor, troubleshoot and get some statistics from your environment.
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