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Exchange only allows one Custom Resource

Posted on 2013-06-17
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I have sucessfully set up Resource Mailboxes in Exchange 2010. Using the cmdlet, I can sucessfully enter all of my (5) custom resources without error. Example: Set-ResourceConfig -ResourcePropertySchema "ROOM/computer"
However, when finished, I run the Gre-ResourceConfig cmdlet, it only shows the last resource that I entered. Additionally, the 'Resource Custom Property' window also only shows the last entry made.
Trying to trick it, I sucessfully 'add' the last resource then run the set command to enter another; now when I try to add the 2nd, exchang says that it can no longer find the first resource.
Exchange is only allowing me to have 1 custom resource.

Anyone else run into this issue? Thanks.....
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Try this article

Create or Remove Custom Resource Properties
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124948(v=exchg.141).aspx

- Rancy
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by:bizzie247
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Thanks but I had gone to this link prior to posting. The commands work as I enter them, the issue is that the second overrides the first and so on. It will only allo me to have one.
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you need to append to the existing resource schema properties

first retrieve the exisiting resource schema properties, and include the min your cmdlet
 
like : set-resourceconfig -resourcepropertyschema 'room/computer','room/computer2','equipment/pool table'
 
else cmdlet will overwrite with the latest entery
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