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During a recent update, a novice sysadmin accidently cancelled an exchange update in the middle of the update.

The issue seems to be that PowerShell's webservice is not responding correctly. I checked the folder, and there is nothing there, except a web.config file.

Can anyone tell me what files are in their C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\ClientAccess\PowerShell folder?

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The web.config file is the only one that should be there. If I were you, I'd try re-installing the Update Rollup that was cancelled...Usually they are really good about being reinstallable.

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Also see (Resolving WinRM errors and Exchange 2010 Management tools startup failures).

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