Exchange Q&A: Exchange Administration (1)

1.What are the Elements in the Exchange management Console?

  • Console tree: Organized by nodes that are based on the server roles we’ve installed;
  • Result pane: Displays objects based on the node that’s selected in the console tree;
  • Action pane: Lists the actions based on the object that’s selected in the console tree, result pane, or work pane;
  • Work pane: Displays objects based on the server role that’s selected in the Server Configuration node.

2.What are the action pane options?

  • Export list: Click Export List to open the Export List dialog box. We can use this dialog box to save the list of recipients in the result pane to a text file;
  • View: Click View in the action pane to modify how objects are displayed in the console and to record and view the Exchange Management Shell commands that run in the console;
  • Refresh: Click Refresh to refresh the information displayed in the result pane;
  • Help: Click Help to read the context-sensitive Help for the node or object selected;
  • Properties: Click Properties to view or edit the current configuration for the object selected in the result pane or work pane;
  • Remove: Click Remove to delete the selected object from the work pane;
  • Enable or Disable: Click Enable or Disable to enable or disable the object selected in the result pane or work pane. Disabling an object doesn’t delete it.

3.What are the managing tools in the Toolbox?

  • Configuration Management Tools:
  • Best Practices Analyzer;
  • Details Templates Editor;
  • Public Folder Management Console;
  • Remote Connectivity Analyzer;
  • Role Based Access Control (RBAC) User Editor.
  • Mail Flow Tools:
  • Mail Flow Troubleshooter;
  • Message Tracking;
  • Queue Viewer;
  • Routing Log Viewer;
  • Tracking Log Explorer.
  • Performance Tools:
  • Performance Monitor;
  • Performance Troubleshooter.
  • Unified Messaging Tools:
  • Call Statistics;
  • User Call Logs.

4.How to add the Exchange Management Shell snap-in from PowerShell?

Run the following command:

Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin

Change to the Exchange Servr\Bin Direcroty, for example:

chdir “c:\program files\microsoft\exchange server\bin”

Run the following command:

.\Exchange.ps1

Still have questions? Click here to view Microsoft’s official documentation on Exchange.

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