How do I know what PowerShell cmdlets are available in Exchange Labs

Customers often ask me what all they can do through PowerShell with Exchange Labs.  There are several resources I always refer to, but sometimes it is nice just to have a list in front of you.

General resources you can use are:

Scripting with PowerShell:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx

Exchange Labs
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchangelabshelp/default.aspx

And if you want a list, then you can run this command, courtesy of one of our consultants (Ben Appleby)…

Invoke-Command –Runspace $rs {Get-ManagementRole “OrgManagement_Tenant” | Get-ManagementRoleEntry} | Select Name, Parameters | ConvertTo-HTML > CmdletExport.html

Enjoy!

Jonny

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4 Responses to How do I know what PowerShell cmdlets are available in Exchange Labs

  1. Luke says:

    Any chance Get-Help will be available with RPS soon?

  2. US LiveAtedu says:

    RPS will be extended again in R3…so expect to see Get-Help along with more cmdlets becoming available then (Jan/Feb 2009)

  3. Michael says:

    Is there a typo in the PowerShell command?  Notice "Parameter" should be "Parameters".Invoke-Command –Runspace $rs {Get-ManagementRole “OrgManagement_Tenant”
    | Get-ManagementRoleEntry} | Select Name, Parameters | ConvertTo-HTML
    > CmdletExport.html

  4. US LiveAtedu says:

    @MrPurcell
     
    Well spotted… \’s\’ added
     
    🙂

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