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On Exchange 2010 Server Logged on locally , hen I open Exchange Management Shell it is not connecting to the Exchange server automatically.

I would like to know the commands to have it automatically connect to the Exchange when open the Exchange Management Shell.
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If you are opening Exchange Management Shell (not Windows Powershell) then it should initiate a remote powershell with any of the Exchange servers. No explicit settings or commands are required. Please post an image of the Management Shell screen if possible.

Refer to the link below which explains how implicit remoting works in Exchange 2010

http://mikepfeiffer.net/2010/02/managing-exchange-2010-with-remote-powershell/
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I was able to open the powershell and connect to the Exchange server
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