In this quick article, I will show you how to allow remote PowerShell on both SharePoint 2010 (based on the .NET Framework 2) and PowerShell v3.
Dealing with PowerShell remotely can cause many headaches when it comes to troubleshooting issues. Therefore, I have gathered the "best" PowerShell errors I have encountered so far in which the error messages returned are not always very meaningful...
Ever wanted to customize your PowerShell terminal so you can have all your custom function or scripts loaded automatically? Although it is possible to create aliases, functions or variables, everything is only kept for the current PowerShell session, meaning that those changes will be lost after you close the shell.
This is the first part of a three part series that addresses monitoring client access in an Exchange 2010 environment. It is meant to provide a good overall introduction into client access monitoring. This post will give introduction and highlight connectivity testing.