N/APosted on - 01/13/2012
I’ve done remote session with PowerShell and gathered admin credentials and made remote session to an Exchange machine passing along the acquired credential.
Then I’m done in implicitly removing. Now, every item I gathered will clearly be the kind of "Deserialized".
Can anyone share an idea on how to access and obtain a couple of feature of remote exchange server through Powershell?
Could I load the kind of data used by Exchange and be able to access all the members of this object?
Powershell access and obtain data in Remote Exchange Server
Yes,it is possible to access and use the features of the exchange server placed on a remote location through the use of windows enabled Powershell. Following are the requirements before doing this.
Install the latest framework.
The latest framework has all the latest libraries related to Powershell and WinRM. So it is necessary to accomplish what you have asked for.
Joining computer with a windows domain
The domain that you will be going to use for your exchange should be a trusted one. Because that is the place where the exchange server is going to do all the running and sorting so it must be reliable enough for this task.
TCP Port 80
This port must be opened, not stealth or blocked by any kind of application or by the windows itself. This is the main port that is used by the remote exchange to access the data and it must be allowed in windows firewall as well.