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Unix Systems Administrator currently working at ARIN. Worked/ing with a variety of technologies that include both Unix/Linux and Windows. Experience


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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Monitoring a tcp port using Zenoss
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted MediaWiki User Action Logging
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asked MediaWiki User Action Logging
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answered Placement of Variables in Puppet module
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comment Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
Looks like things are slightly different in the Exchange powershell way of doing things between 2007 and 2010 ...I tried your above setting and still get output with the EMS for 2010.
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comment Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
FWIW I was doing some additional testing and just running Get-MailboxStatistics -Database <DB NAME> will output all of the users and system boxes that are listed. It will however skip over user accounts that have no statistical data to output (without displaying a warning)
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answered CentOS as Printer Server
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comment Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
oh I didn't realize you answered the question sorry Kev.
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answered Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
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comment Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
good call..but I'm not sure I really full answered the question...but worth a shot :P
Feb
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comment Exchange 2010 suppress Get-MailboxStatistics warnings
I also tried $WarningActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue" --This will set all warning messages to silent. Looks like something is broken. Looks like there is a bug. connect.microsoft.com/PowerShell/feedback/details/541500/…
Feb
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answered Zenoss need to get freespace threshold and alerts on windows “mount points”
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comment Who gets root access?
+1 Also, make sure to setup sudo for higher access levels. At one place all the root passwords were kept in a sealed envelope for just in case reasons, if the seal was broken it had to be reported for security and passwords changed.
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comment Exchange 2007 on DC, need to demote
Glad I could help :)
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answered Exchange 2007 on DC, need to demote