- April 20, 2017 at 5:21 am #6864Jean-Michel DIONMember
I’ve performance issue running exchange command with MSPC
MSPC run PowerShell command with lot of errors in error
Here i’ve no ARCHIVING enabled on accounts (setting is false for archiving in mspc database) but MSPC run a PowerShell command with archiving enabled :
Cmdlet failed. Cmdlet Get-MailboxStatistics, parameters -Identity “joinmyit.rec/OCS Tenants/sig/Sigma La Chapelle Sur Erdre/testuser12” -Archive “True” -DomainController “infwrcdd03.joinmyit.rec”.
Here is running a command not existing :
[4/20/2017 11:03:33 AM] ERROR: ‘Hosted Microsoft Exchange Server 2016’ GetMailboxGeneralSettings
System.Management.Automation.CommandNotFoundException: The term ‘Set-ADServerSettings’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
at System.Management.Automation.Runspaces.PipelineBase.Invoke(IEnumerable input)
at MSPControl.Providers.HostedSolution.ExchangeBase.ExecuteShellCommand(Runspace runSpace, Command cmd, Boolean useDomainController, Object& errors, Boolean writeErrorExchangeLog)
at MSPControl.Providers.HostedSolution.ExchangeBase.ExecuteShellCommand(Runspace runSpace, Command cmd, Boolean useDomainController)
at MSPControl.Providers.HostedSolution.ExchangeBase.GetMailboxGeneralSettingsInternal(String accountName)
at MSPControl.Server.ExchangeServer.GetMailboxGeneralSettings(String accountName)
All these errors are seen in event logs
Correcting Exchange PowerShell command can improve MSPC performance. (reports and portal)
MSPC 18.104.22.16870 / Exchange 2016 – W2K12 R2 / Active Directory 2008 R20Be the first one to like this.Please wait...
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