Exchange Server 2013 Preview – New PowerShell Cmdlets – Part 2

For Part 2 of this series I am concentrating on the new SET commands available in Exchange Server 2013 Preview. To get a list of the SET based commands simply type in (in the Exchange Server Management Shell):

get-command set*

Set-ActiveSyncDeviceAutoblockThreshold Set-PendingFederatedDomain
Set-App Set-PolicyTipConfig
Set-AuthConfig Set-PublicFolderMigrationRequest
Set-AuthServer Set-PublicFolderMoveRequest
Set-ClassificationRuleCollection Set-ResourcePolicy
Set-DlpPolicy Set-ResubmitRequest
Set-FrontendTransportServer Set-ServerComponentState
Set-FrontendTransportService Set-ServerMonitor
Set-InterceptorRule Set-SiteMailbox
Set-MailboxSearch Set-SiteMailboxProvisioningPolicy
Set-MailboxTransportService Set-TeamMailbox
Set-MalwareFilteringServer Set-TeamMailboxProvisioningPolicy
Set-MalwareFilterPolicy Set-TransportService
Set-MigrationBatch Set-UMCallAnsweringRule
Set-MigrationConfig Set-UMCallRouterSettings
Set-MigrationEndpoint Set-UMMailboxConfiguration
Set-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy Set-UserPhoto
Set-Notification Set-WorkloadPolicy
Set-PartnerApplication

Here are some examples of the commands above. Browse TechNet for more information on each one.

Set-ResourcePolicy

TechNet Info

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj215690(v=exchg.150).aspx

Some Related Commands

Get-ResourceConfig, Get-ResourcePolicy, New-ResourcePolicy, Remove-ResourcePolicy and Set-ResourceConfig

Summary

This command is part of a set of Workload Management commands that can be used to create performance thresholds for Exchange servers. This command, along with some of the realted commands, help control the way Exchange manages its resource on the server.

Set-FrontendTransportService

TechNet Info

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj215695(v=exchg.150).aspx

Some Related Commands

Get-FrontendTransportServer, Get-FrontendTransportService, Set-FrontendTransportServer and Set-FrontendTransportService

Summary

This command is part of a set of new Mail Flow commands that can be used to control mailflow in Exchange 2013.
“The Front End Transport service runs on all Client Access servers and acts as a stateless proxy for all inbound and outbound external SMTP traffic for the Exchange organization. The Front End Transport service only communicates with the Hub Transport service on a Mailbox server, and doesn’t queue any messages locally.”

Set-SiteMailbox and Set-TeamMailbox

Technical

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj218671(v=exchg.150).aspx

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/08/22/site-mailboxes-in-the-new-office.aspx

Some Related Commands

Get-FrontendTransportServer, Get-FrontendTransportService, Set-FrontendTransportServer and Set-FrontendTransportService

Summary

These commands work together to create mailboxes that can be connected to your SharePoint environment.

Notes

It is interesting to note that if you do a Get-Help on the ‘Set-TeamMailbox’ there is text in the help about the command that says that this command has been deprecated even thought this command did not exist in Exchange Server 2010. My theory is that this might relate to the ‘Set-SiteMailbox’ command maybe will be the final command when Exchange Server 2013 is released.








For the third and final part of the series I will review the rest of the new Exchange Server 2013 Preview PowerShell cmdlets.

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