How To Assign Mailbox Permission In Exchange 2007 Using The Shell

In order to grant a user read access permission to other user mailbox we need to use the:

Add-mailboxpermission cmdlet in Exchange 2007 Shell

In this example I’ll give User A, a read access permission to User B mailbox.

[PS] C:\>Add-MailboxPermission -Identity “UserA” -AccessRights

readpermission –user “UserB”

We can also assign the following permission with the –AccessRight :

-AccessRights <MailboxRights[]>

* FullAccess

* SendAs

* ExternalAccount

* DeleteItem

* ReadPermission

* ChangePermission

* ChangeOwner

Microsoft PowerShell Command Guide – Part 1

As PowerShell become more and more important tool in our day to day administration I have put up most of the basic commands that are being used by administrators and engineers.

Part 1 will give cover the basic commands and what they are doing.

Part 1

Terms

Cmdlets – command built into PowerShell

Get command – this command show us information about an item

Set command – this is the modifying command

; – semicolon commands

>> – append to existing file

Alias – create shortcut to a command

Basic Commands

Cd – open dir

Dir – show working directory

Md – make \ create a directory

Pwd – show path

Rmdir – remove directory

Mkdir – create directory

Display command

Format-table

Format-list

Format-wide

Get – command

Get-process – show running process

Get-process processname – check specific process name

Get-process name* – will search for a process start with the name

Stop-process -id number – stop a process

Whatif – tell you what heppan before you run a cmdlet

Sample Stop-process -id number – whatif – stop a process

-confirm – ask for conformation before executing a command

Get-help – help command

Get-eventlog – show event log

Samples and Commands

Ipconfig \all > ipconfig.txt – Pipe result to text file

Notepad ipconfig.text – Launch file to screen

Piping a few commands

ipconfig /all > test.txt ; route print >> test.txt

Help Commands

Get-help get-help – help command

Get-help get* – will show all the get commands

Get-help set* – will show all the set commands

Get-help * – show all commands

Get-help get-psdrive –example – show you the syntax

Get-commands – display all the get commands

Alias

Get-alias – show all alias in use

Set-alias – create an alias

Get-alias |sort – sort all alias names

Set Alias

Set-alias gh get-help – set gh as an alias to get-help