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  • Reporting on Client Access Server Configurations

    Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 are rich with cmdlets providing you access to information regarding your Exchange environment. However, as of Exchange 2013 CU6, there are 956 (!!) cmdlets. Knowing which cmdlets to use can be challenging. It can also be difficult to decide what information from a cmdlet's output is relevant. Here is my attempt to...
    Posted to Michael's meanderings... (Weblog) by michael on 09-09-2014

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