Presented by Steve Goodman
Running Time: 178 minutes
Effectively managing your Exchange infrastructure is critical to ensuring your environment is reliable. Though you can accomplish most tasks through the Exchange Management Console or Exchange Admin Center, PowerShell will allow you to automate many of your routine tasks. Whether you're managing Exchange On-Premises or in the cloud, you'll benefit from a good understanding of PowerShell and how it can help you manage Exchange.
This class will cover:
- How PowerShell cmdlets are structured and how to do (almost) anything using PowerShell
- How to write basic scripts that take input and simplify common tasks
- Which existing built-in and community scripts are essential to making your life easier
- How to make sure you don't do any damage while you're using PowerShell
Who should attend (skill level, roles): Exchange Administrators who are used to managing previous versions of Exchange (e.g. 2003) or current versions of Exchange but do not have scripting knowledge.
Session 1: Key PowerShell Concepts Every Exchange Administrator Should Know
It’s tough to dive straight into the Exchange Management Shell unless you know some of the core concepts of PowerShell. In this session, we'll explore the key components of PowerShell you need to know to be effective when working with Exchange.
Session 2: Performing Common Exchange Administrative Tasks with PowerShell
Every Exchange administrator will eventually need to automate something with PowerShell. You might want to provision mailboxes, generate reports, migrate mailboxes, import/export PSTs, etc. Find out how to use PowerShell to automate the most common and repetitive tasks Exchange administrators are faced with on a daily basis.
Session 3: Advanced PowerShell Tips & Tricks for Exchange Administrators
In this session, we'll take a deep dive into advanced PowerShell automation techniques used by hard core Exchange administrators. Find out how to create, run, and schedule reusable scripts, write functions, and handle errors and other common pitfalls.
Steve Goodman is an Exchange MVP and works as a Technical Architect for one of the UK's leading Microsoft Gold partners, Phoenix IT Group. Goodman has worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years and has worked extensively with Microsoft Exchange since version 5.5. Goodman is a published author and conference and user group speaker. He co-hosts the Exchange and Lync podcast "The UC Architects" and regularly writes about Exchange Server, Office 365, and PowerShell.
If you have any questions regarding this event, the registration process or would like to register more than one attendee, please contact us directly.
Phone: 800-262-1954 or 913-967-1719