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Installation of Exchange 2010 - 6.Dec.2009 7:25:10 PM   
cmedina7777

 

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I have recenlty install Echange 2010 in my environment. My environment entails of 3 Windows 2003 Domain Controllers and 1 Windows 2008 Domain controller with a number of member servers. I also currenlty have Echange 2003 running in my environment. I setup a Windows 2008 Server box with Exchange 2010 to migrate users over. The installation went through successfully but I am running into an issue when trying to access the Exchange Management Console. I a running Windows 2008 Server R2 and Exchange 2010 Final Release




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RE: Installation of Exchange 2010 - 7.Dec.2009 4:09:50 PM   
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Hi,

Please check if the user you are using is enable for remote shell management. First step would be to check if the user has been assigned to the correct management role group. This can be done via the Exchange Control Panel which can be accessed using Internet Explorer and going to:

https://servername/ecp

Besides this check if the remotepowershellenabled parameter is set to true,this can be done by executing the following command:

Get-User username

Then check the value of the remotpowershellenabled parameter, this needs to be true if not perform the following command:

Set-User Username -RemotePowerShellEnabled $True

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RE: Installation of Exchange 2010 - 7.Dec.2009 4:38:27 PM   
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I have tried that. Cant get into the Exchange Control Panel. recieve error

You request couldn't be completed because no server with the correct security settings was found to handle to request. If the problem continues, contact your helpdesk>

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RE: Installation of Exchange 2010 - 8.Dec.2009 4:09:11 PM   
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Hi,

And did you also check the other command mentioned? Als check if the Exchange Trusted Subsystem is a member of to the Local Administrators group.
Besides this from which groups is the account member ?

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Johan

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RE: Installation of Exchange 2010 - 8.Jun.2010 12:41:56 PM   
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I just went thru this issue

Open Windows PS window
type:
add-pssnapin *E2010*

Now you can access the Exchange snapin via win PS

So now type:

Set-User <user> -RemotePowerShellEnabled $true

And open the Exchange MMC

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