Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 PowerShell Cookbook, 2nd edition
Год выпуска: 2013 Автор: Andersson J., Pfeiffer M. Наличие иллюстраций: Цв. иллюстрации Жанр: Справочник Язык: Английский Издательство: PacktPub ISBN: 978-1-84968-942-7 Формат: PDF Качество: Электронное издание: оригинал-макет Количество страниц: 504 Описание: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 is a complex messaging system. Windows PowerShell 3 can be used in conjunction with Exchange Server 2013 to automate and manage routine and complex tasks to save time, money, and eliminate errors. Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 PowerShell Cookbook: Second Edition offers more than 120 recipes and solutions to everyday problems and tasks encountered in the management and administration of Exchange Server. If you want to write scripts that help you create mailboxes, monitor server resources, and generate detailed reports, then this Cookbook is for you. This practical guide to Powershell and Exchange Server 2013 will help you automate and manage time-consuming and reoccurring tasks quickly and efficiently. Starting by going through key PowerShell concepts and the Exchange Management Shell, this book will get you automating tasks that used to take hours in no time. With practical recipes on the management of recipients and mailboxes as well as distribution groups and address lists, this book will save you countless hours on repetitive tasks. Diving deeper, you will then manage your mailbox database, client access, and your transport servers with simple but effective scripts. This book finishes with advanced recipes on Exchange Server problems such as server monitoring as well as maintaining high availability and security. If you want to control every aspect of Exchange Server 2013 and learn how to save time with PowerShell, then this cookbook is for you.
Chapter 1: PowerShell Key Concepts 7 Introduction 8 Using the help system 9 Understanding command syntax and parameters 13 Understanding the pipeline 17 Working with variables and objects 20 Formatting output 25 Working with arrays and hash tables 28 Looping through items 33 Creating and running scripts 35 Using flow control statements 39 Creating custom objects 43 Creating PowerShell functions 47 Setting up a profile 51 Chapter 2: Exchange Management Shell Common Tasks 55 Introduction 55 Manually configuring remote PowerShell connections 57 Using explicit credentials with PowerShell cmdlets 61 Transferring files through remote shell connections 62 Dealing with concurrent pipelines in remote PowerShell 65 Managing domains or an entire forest using recipient scope 67 Exporting reports to text and CSV files 68 Sending SMTP e-mails through PowerShell 72 Scheduling scripts to run at a later time 75 Logging shell sessions to a transcript 77 Automating tasks with the scripting agent 78 Scripting an Exchange server installation 81 ii Table of Contents Chapter 3: Managing Recipients 85 Introduction 86 Adding, modifying, and removing mailboxes 87 Working with contacts 91 Managing distribution groups 93 Managing resource mailboxes 95 Creating recipients in bulk using a CSV file 97 Working with recipient filters 101 Adding and removing recipient e-mail addresses 104 Hiding recipients from address lists 107 Configuring recipient moderation 108 Configuring message delivery restrictions 111 Managing automatic replies and out of office settings for a user 113 Adding, modifying, and removing server-side inbox rules 115 Managing mailbox folder permissions 118 Importing user photos into Active Directory 121 Chapter 4: Managing Mailboxes 125 Introduction 126 Reporting on the mailbox size 127 Working with move requests and performing mailbox moves 129 Mailbox move e-mail notification 134 Importing and exporting mailboxes 136 Deleting messages from mailboxes 141 Managing disconnected mailboxes 144 Generating mailbox folder reports 148 Reporting on mailbox creation time 151 Checking mailbox logon statistics 153 Setting storage quotas for mailboxes 154 Finding inactive mailboxes 155 Detecting and fixing corrupt mailboxes 157 Restoring deleted items from mailboxes 160 Managing public folder mailboxes 162 Reporting on public folder statistics 164 Managing user access to public folders 165 Chapter 5: Distribution Groups and Address Lists 169 Introduction 170 Reporting on distribution group membership 170 Adding members to a distribution group from an external file 172 Previewing dynamic distribution group membership 174 Excluding hidden recipients from a dynamic distribution group 176 iii Table of Contents Converting and upgrading distribution groups 179 Allowing managers to modify group membership 181 Removing disabled user accounts from distribution groups 183 Working with distribution group naming policies 185 Working with distribution group membership approval 187 Creating address lists 189 Exporting address list membership to a CSV file 191 Configuring hierarchical address books 193 Chapter 6: Mailbox Database Management 197 Introduction 197 Managing the mailbox databases 198 Moving databases and logs to another location 201 Configuring the mailbox database limits 205 Reporting on mailbox database size 207 Finding the total number of mailboxes in a database 209 Determining the average mailbox size per database 212 Reporting on database backup status 214 Restoring data from a recovery database 217 Chapter 7: Managing Client Access 221 Introduction 221 Managing ActiveSync, OWA, POP3, and IMAP4 mailbox settings 223 Setting internal and external CAS URLs 225 Managing Outlook Anywhere settings 229 Blocking Outlook clients from connecting to Exchange 231 Reporting on active OWA and RPC connections 234 Controlling ActiveSync device access 237 Reporting on ActiveSync devices 239 Chapter 8: Managing Transport Service 243 Introduction 243 Managing connectors 245 Configuring transport limits 248 Allowing application servers to relay mail 250 Managing transport rules and settings 253 Creating a basic disclaimer 260 Working with custom DSN messages 261 Managing connectivity and protocol logs 264 Searching message tracking logs 269 Working with messages in transport queues 273 Searching anti-spam agent logs 278 Implementing a header firewall 282 iv Table of Contents Chapter 9: High Availability 285 Introduction 285 Building a Windows NLB cluster for CAS servers 287 Creating a Database Availability Group 291 Adding mailbox servers to a Database Availability Group 293 Configuring Database Availability Group network settings 295 Adding mailbox copies to a Database Availability Group 297 Activating mailbox database copies 300 Working with lagged database copies 302 Reseeding a database copy 304 Using the automatic reseed feature 305 Performing maintenance on Database Availability Group members 309 Reporting on database status, redundancy, and replication 312 Chapter 10: Exchange Security 319 Introduction 319 Granting users full access permissions to mailboxes 320 Finding users with full access to mailboxes 323 Sending e-mail messages as another user or group 325 Working with Role Based Access Control (RBAC) 326 Creating a custom RBAC role for administrators 330 Creating a custom RBAC role for end users 332 Troubleshooting Role Based Access Control 336 Generating a certificate request 338 Installing certificates and enabling services 340 Importing certificates on multiple exchange servers 342 Chapter 11: Compliance and Audit Logging 347 Introduction 347 Managing archive mailboxes 349 Configuring archive mailbox quotas 350 Creating retention tags and policies 352 Applying retention policies to mailboxes 357 Placing mailboxes on retention hold 358 Placing mailboxes on in-place hold 360 Performing a discovery search 363 Enabling mailbox audit logging 366 Generating mailbox audit log reports 368 Configuring Administrator Audit Logging 371 Searching the administrator audit logs 373 v Table of Contents Chapter 12: Server Monitoring and Troubleshooting 377 Introduction 378 Managing and monitoring services 379 Verifying server connectivity 383 Working with event logs 385 Reporting on disk usage 388 Checking CPU utilization 391 Monitoring memory utilization 395 Reporting on Exchange Server uptime 397 Troubleshooting the Mailbox role 400 Troubleshooting the Client Access Server role 402 Troubleshooting the Transport service 405 Verifying certificate health 406 Chapter 13: Scripting with the Exchange Web Services Managed API 411 Introduction 411 Getting connected to EWS 413 Sending e-mail messages with EWS 417 Working with impersonation 422 Searching mailboxes 427 Retrieving the headers of an e-mail message 432 Deleting e-mail items from a mailbox 437 Creating calendar items 442 Exporting attachments from a mailbox 447 Appendix A: Common Shell Information 453 Exchange Management Shell reference 453 Properties that can be used with the Filter parameter 459 Properties that can be used with the RecipientFilter parameter 462 Appendix B: Query Syntaxes 465 Advanced Query Syntax 465 Using the word phrase search 466 Using a date range search 468 Using the message type search 469 Using the logical connector search 470 Index 471