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Exchange Powershell agent registration cmdlet is unavailable

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We want to install Exclaimer Mail Disclaimer on Exchange server 2010. During installation we got the error: 'The Exchange Powershell agent registration cmdlet is unavailable'.

OS is Windows server 2008 R2 SP1
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I am having the very same issue on a brand new exchange 2010 SP3 server. How we can find a resolve.
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exclaimer issue
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That's exactly the same error. Here with Exchange 2010 without SP.
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I have found a solution see here.

http://forums.exclaimer.com/forums/p/1422/4020.aspx#4020

http://blogs.technet.com/b/nawar/archive/2010/09/03/exchange-management-shell-ems-missing-after-applying-exchange-2010-sp1.aspx

The main resolve for me (I believe) was adding the attached registry keys for Exchange Powershell EMC.
newkey.reg
newkey2.reg
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Worked perfect. Problem solved. Thanks Simon.
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