For all Exchange Administrators, PowerShell is a very powerful language that requires some expertise to really benefit from it.
We have been working for some time now on educating our IT readership around Powershell by providing them with valuable content to leverage their knowledge and speed up the learning curve.
To provide even more to the educational process, GSX Solutions is sponsoring the October Windows Boston meeting this week at the Microsoft HQ in Cambridge, MA. This meeting will discuss all things PowerShell and include a presentation from Arnaud Buonaccorsi, Microsoft Technical Specialist at GSX Solutions. He will present: "How to Automate Main PowerShell Cmdlets to Track the Health of an Exchange Environment".
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PowerShell Reading List
For even more information, we have put together the following list of popular resources and technical hot topics on PowerShell for Exchange:
- Blog post: Enhance your PowerShell experience by automatically loading scripts Click to read
- Blog post: PowerShell ISE - Tips and Tricks Click to read
- Blog post: How to resolve a PowerShell Kerberos Issue Click to read
- Blog post: Allow remote PowerShell on SharePoint 2010 and PowerShell v3 Click to read
- Blog post: Create graph reports with PowerShell for Exchange 2010 and ActiveSync Click to read
- Blog post: PowerShell tip- Easily manage all of your "BYOD" devices Click to read
- Blog post: How to conduct throttling in Exchange PowerShell Click to read
- Blog post: What's new on PowerShell v3 Click to read
- Blog post: PowerShell Tips and Tricks- How to change network configuration in Windows 8 to allow remote PowerShell Click to read
- Blog Post: Troubleshooting unknown PowerShell error messages Click to read