PowerShell for Dummies: How to keep track of your Exchange Environment
Download our FREE white paper to learn how to keep track of Microsoft Exchange with PowerShell Command automation
The services that Microsoft Exchange Server provides are critical to the success of your company. That is why administrators must keep a vigilant eye on their environment to make it rock solid. However using PowerShell scripting to monitor an Exchange environment can be a daunting task for administrators when they do not know how to automate the main commandlets.
In this white paper you will learn how to make the most out of PowerShell to manage the health of your Exchange 2010 messaging environment.
GSX Monitor & Analyzer provides an agentless add-on solution for Exchange 2010 that comes preconfigured to monitor, report, and alert on the components and services that are most important for a healthy messaging system.
Agenda: This white paper “How to keep track of your Exchange Environment with PowerShell Cmdlets" focuses on commandlets that really matter to manage the growth of Exchange platform:
- PowerShell cmdlets tips and tricks
- Configuration for remote access
- How to determine infrastructure health with Outlook Web Access (OWA) regular Test ?
- What are the statistics that really matter?
- Added value of GSX Monitor & Analyzer