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Windows Server 2019- Launching the Exchange Management Shell from Windows Server 2019 Core

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we show you how easy it is launch the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) from the command prompt as the question comes up that we cannot click Start -> Exchange Management Shell under the Windows Server 2016 folder. Server core allows you to just load the snapin and run your commands

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1. Enter PowerShell mode

In order to mount the ISO, you need first type in PowerShell at the command prompt and then press enter.

2. Run the Snapin

Run the command: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.SnapIn

3. Run your normal exchange commands

You can now run your Exchange commands like you normally would in the EMS.
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This article helps you complete a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) from Exchange from EAC (Exchange Admin Center). Applies to Exchange 2013/2016/2019.
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