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Why Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server servername | FL *auth* gives nothing on my Ex2010 ?

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All user mailboxes are in Exchange 2007 together CAS, HT, etc.
I also have two Exch2010 servers -- one with only CAS while the other with CAS, HT, MB.
When I issue the following cmdlet on Exchange 2010 servers:
Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server servername | FL
It gives all details but anything about authentication as the following:

ClientAuthCleanupLevel        : High
InternalAuthenticationMethods : {Basic, Fba, Ntlm, WindowsIntegrated}
BasicAuthentication           : True
WindowsAuthentication         : True
DigestAuthentication          : False
FormsAuthentication           : True
LiveIdAuthentication          : False
ExternalAuthenticationMethods : {Fba}

No wonder the following two cmdlets give nothing:
Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server servername | FL *auth
Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server servername | FL *auth*

It makes me worry if there is something wrong in my Exchange 2010. Can you help?
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by:Jian An Lim
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either you hit a bug or you don't have access to these value because a RBAC?
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Gaurav Singh earned 2000 total points
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There is nothing wrong with Exchange and that command should work. Kindly open EMS as an admin and run the command:

Get-OwaVirtualDirectory -Server servername | FL *auth*
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by:Castlewood
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Thanks. Found need to run as admin on EMS.
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