N/APosted on - 01/12/2012
Can anyone share an idea on how to access and obtain a couple of feature of remote exchange server through PowerShell?
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".
Is there anyone who can share their ideas how I can load the kind of data used by Exchange so I will be able to access all the members of this object?
PowerShell used in accessing and obtaining data in Remote Exchange Server
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