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Exchange 2010 new-moverequest.ps1 is missing

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I'm attempting an Exchange 2003 - 2010 cross forest migration and the instructions call for a script named New-MoveRequest.ps1. I don't seem to have this in my scripts folder. I also checked out another Exchange 2010 server at a different company and it doesn't have it either. Can someone point to where I can get it or send it to me? Has it been replaced by something else?
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Are you referring to Prepare-MoveRequest.ps1?

New-MoveRequest is a PowerShell cmdlet.
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Why the hell would it not be an EMS cmdlet. It is never mentioned in any HOW-TO that you need to switch to Powershell for that. It looks like that worked. Thank you.
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Glad to help! Good luck!
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turns out it does run from EMS. You have to run prepare-moverequest from the ...\scripts directory and the new-moverequest from the default location right when you open EMS. This cross forest migration has been a beating. I may compile all the notes I have and get a much better case study that anyone else has on the Internet. there are lots of caveats to the instructions out there.
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