Exchange 2013 RTM CU1 – Changes – Part 2

In part two of this series I want to share the changes that have been made to PowerShell with the release of CU1 for Exchange Server 2013 RTM. As with many other releases by Microsoft, PowerShell also gets new commands and sometimes has commands that are deprecated or removed because they are no longer needed or necessary. You will also note that some commands are undocumented either on TechNet nor is there very much explanation in the Exchange Console either.

Here is a list of commands that have been removed from Exchange 2013 RTM:

  • Get-MalwareFilterRecoveryItem
  • Get-RoutingGroupConnector
  • New-MalwareFilterPolicy
  • New-RoutingGroupConnector
  • Remove-MalwareFilterPolicy
  • Remove-MalwareFilterRecoveryItem
  • Remove-RoutingGroupConnector
  • Send-MapiSubmitSystemProbe
  • set-RoutingGroupConnector


Here is a list of commands that have been added to Exchange 2013 RTM:

  • New-SyncMailPublicFolder
  • Remove-PushNotificationSubscription
  • Get-PushNotificationApp
  • Get-PushNotificationSubscription
  • New-PushNotificationApp
  • Set-PushNotificationApp


Here are some sample explanations of commands I could not find TechNet articles for:

CU1-PSNew-01

CU1-PSNew-02

CU1-PSNew-03

CU1-PSNew-04

As you can see there are a lot of new push notification commands, but little explanation as to what they do.

Related Resources
Get-MalwareFilterRecoveryItem
Get-RoutingGroupConnector
New-MalwareFilterPolicy
New-RoutingGroupConnector
Remove-MalwareFilterPolicy
Remove-MalwareFilterRecoveryItem
Remove-RoutingGroupConnector
Send-MapiSubmitSystemProbe – No TechNet Link
set-RoutingGroupConnector
New-SyncMailPublicFolder
Remove-PushNotificationSubscription – No TechNet Link
Get-PushNotificationApp
Get-PushNotificationSubscription – No TechNet Link
New-PushNotificationApp – No TechNet Link
Set-PushNotificationApp – No TechNet Link

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