Simon Lehmann

Web/mobile app developer from Perth, Western Australia

Importing PST Files in Exchange Server 2010, 2013 and 2016

Importing and exporting PST files is a common task for many Microsoft Exchange Server administrators. This can be done via Outlook, PowerShell and in some cases also via Exchange Management Console. This guide will cover the basic usage of the New-MailboxImportRequest cmdlet to create mailbox import requests, as well as the viewing and clean-up of existing import requests in Microsoft Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016.

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Exporting PST Files in Exchange Server 2010, 2013 and 2016

Importing and exporting PST files is a common task for many Microsoft Exchange Server administrators. This can be done via Outlook, PowerShell and in some cases also via Exchange Management Console. This guide will cover the basic usage of the New-MailboxExportRequest cmdlet to create mailbox export requests, as well as the viewing and clean-up of existing export requests in Microsoft Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016.

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Disable or Configure Windows Defender Using Powershell on Windows Server 2016

Windows Server 2016 comes standard with Windows Defender just like Windows 10. And per default, Windows Defender is active and has also turned on Real-Time Protection by default. In Windows Server 2016 Desktop Experience you can disable and configure Windows Defender using the UI or PowerShell, in the Windows Server 2016 Core version or on Nano Server you only have PowerShell available. This article will cover some handy PowerShell commands to disable or configure Windows Defender in Windows Server 2016.

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