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View or Configure Remote PowerShell Connectivity

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2

Topic Last Modified: 2010-10-19

Use the Remote PowerShell Connectivity dialog box to view or configure the server to which remote Windows PowerShell connects.

noteNote:
Although the name of this dialog box appears in the user interface as <Management Console Name> Properties, it's more commonly referred to as the Remote PowerShell Connectivity dialog box.

This dialog box is available in the following management consoles:

  • Exchange Management Console (EMC)
  • Public Folder Management Console
  • Queue Viewer
  • Details Templates Editor

When you change the server to which remote Windows PowerShell connects, you're changing it only for that management console. Changing the remote Windows PowerShell server in one management console doesn't change it for other management consoles.

  1. To open the Remote PowerShell Connectivity dialog box, perform one of the following steps:
    From the EMC
    1. In the console tree, click Microsoft Exchange On-Premises.
    2. In the action pane, click Properties.
    From the Public Folder Management Console, Queue Viewer, or Details Templates Editor
    1. To open the appropriate management console, in the EMC, click Toolbox, and then click the console you want.
    2. In the action pane, click Open Tool.
    3. In the action pane of the Public Folder Management Console, Queue Viewer, or Details Templates Editor, click Properties.
  2. View or configure the following settings:
    • Administrator identity   This read-only field displays the administrator credentials of the selected Exchange forest.
    • Connect to the automatically selected server   Click this button if you want to connect to the default server.
    • Specify a server to connect to   Click this button if you want to use a different server to run remote Windows PowerShell. Click Browse to select a server.
  3. Click OK.
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