EXMON for Exchange 2013. identiy cached and online mode users . Powershell and Exchange help

Hello Experts,

I need to pull out a list of users in online mode vs cached mode from an Exchange 2013 CU8 organization. I was told to use get logon statistics, as per cmdlet below, however there is an error, and cannot be completed, see screenshot attached

Get-LogonStatistics -server servername| where {$_.ClientMode -ne “Cached”} | select-object FullMailboxDirectoryName,UserName,Windows2000Account,ClientMode,ClientName,ClientVersion,Identity | sort-object UserName -Unique| Export-Csv -Path C:\temp\UserCountservermail.csv -NoTypeInformation


Based on my additional research, we can user EXMON to trace this information, however I installed the tool on the exchange 2013 server, and cannot perform any task with this tool.

can someone help me either to fix the issue when I run the PowerShell to obtain the list of user, or indicate step by step instructions to use EXMON on Exchange 2013?

Is there any settings or registry key we have to add on the Exchange 2013 servers to run this tool? if so, any potential impact or performance degradation?
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Jerry SeinfieldAsked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I presume you have read this article:
http://exchangequery.com/2014/11/19/determining-the-users-connected-in-outlook-onlinecached-mode/

While it is tagged as Exchange 2013, nothing in it works for Exchange 2013.

get-logonstatistics doesn't work on Exchange 2013.
The command you have given does work on Exchange 2010.
EXMON is an Exchange 2003 tool. I wouldn't expect it to work with Exchange 2013.

At this time, there is no way that I am aware of to query whether a client is in cached mode or not from the Exchange 2013 server.

Simon.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Download Exmon on your 2013 server. Then click on reg file given in the exmon folder and launch the exmon tool.
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Jerry SeinfieldAuthor Commented:
Amit, can you please confirm this works in Exchange 2013? what registry are you talking about? please provide steps by steps

Thanks in advance
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Jerry SeinfieldAuthor Commented:
Again, there is some confusion about the support of EXMON on Exchange 2013. Can you please confirm and certify this tool is supported for Exchange 2013 users
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Officially, I don't see MS is saying it is not supported. Nor they say it is supported.  This is the best, I found till nowL
http://guides.wmlcloud.com/application_server/exchange-server-2013---exchange-clients---performing-a-client-inventory.aspx

You can install it and give a try.
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Jerry SeinfieldAuthor Commented:
Thanks Amit and everyone,

From all the links attached, it seems like there is no a easy way to complete this request

Can someone please extract all steps required from all those links and indicate instructions step by step to pull out cached/online mode users in Exchange 2013 CU8?
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Jerry SeinfieldAuthor Commented:
I need instructions step by step that can be executed from my Exchange servers and not from workstations

Thanks in advance
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I stand by my answer from above - as far as I am aware, EXMON does not work on Exchange 2013 because the interfaces are different and there is currently no way of querying from the Exchange server whether the client is in cached mode or not.

Simon.
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