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Exchange 2010 powershell

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Hi All,

Im running exchange 2010

im trying to run the below commands but it doesnt work. no error either.

Get-Help -Role *Mailbox*
Get-Help -Component *Recipient*
Get-Help -Functionality *Server*

any ideas ?

cheers
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Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010
. $env:ExchangeInstallPath\bin\RemoteExchange.ps1
Connect-ExchangeServer -auto

If that does not work run 'Get-Help -Role *Mailbox* > c:\results.txt' results and post

Are you running PS as admin?
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thanks

above commands are working now

any ideas why
get-help -component *cluster*

is not working ?

im reading book Windows Powershell for Exchange 2007SP1 and just trying commands from the book.

is there a difference between exchange 2010 and 2007 powershell ?

thanks


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thanks guys
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