Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Exchange 2010 Public Folder Add Administrator Permissions

Add Administrative Permissions for Users to Access Public Folders

Open Exchange Powershell

Add-publicfolderadministrativepermission –identity “\” –User “Username” –AccessRights AllExtendedRights –InheritanceType SelfandChildren

Example:

[PS] C:\windows\system32>add-publicfolderadministrativepermission –identity “\” –user:KOppihle –AccessRights AllExtendedRghts –InheritanceType SelfandChildren

Credit:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996369(v=exchg.141).aspx

Exchange 2010 SBS2011 Exchange Management Console

Problem:

Unable to access Exchange Management

Error message: Connecting to remote server failed with the following error message : The WS-Management service cannot process the request. The system load quota of 1000 requests per 2 seconds has been exceeded. Send future requests at a slower rate or raise the system quota. The next request from this user will not be approved for at least 1795919616 milliseconds. For more information, see the about_Remote_Troubleshooting Help topic.

Quick Solution:

open command prompt on server and run iisreset

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Batch File Looping - Route, Ping, …

You create a batch file called route.bat or route.cmd and it contains something similar to the following:

echo off
Route add 10.1.0.0 MASK 255.255.0.0 10.50.5.125
exit

When you run it as an Administrator it never finishes. You remove the “echo off” to see what is going on. You run it again and see it in an endless loop. When you cut and paste the command “route add…” in an Administrative command prompt  it works as expected but your batch file keeps looping.

Solution:

Never name your batch file the same name as the executable it runs.

The reason in the example is the naming of the batch file is “route.” and your batch file is calling out to run the command “route”, It is executing itself in a never ending loop. Renaming the batch file something other than “route” and it will work fine.

Happy Batch Creation!