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    Default Get-ExchangeServer is not recognized

    Hi.

    I have a Exchange 2010 server and I've installed the TSM Client, v6.3 aswell as the Exchange client, version 6.1.3.0. It's configured and I have contact with the TSM-server.
    However, when I try to expand the Exchange server I get the following error:
    The term 'Get-ExchangeServer' 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.
    I can run Get-ExchangeServer from a PowerShell CLI. I've made sure that the Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010 snapin is loaded.

    Any thoughts on how I can resolve this?

    I've seen that there is a new version of the Exchange client on IBM's ftp. Version 6.3.0.1. But I can't get it to work either.

    Thanks
    Tomas

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    Hi

    Did you find a resolution to this? I have a similar problem.

    Thanks

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    Hey. It's partly solved.

    This is what I've been told:
    "First we had to turn on Circular logging so that the disk wouldn't fill upp.
    Once we tried to dismount and remount one of the databases, it failed.
    A backup process had crashed so we restarted the server, then it worked to run a manual backup"

    Try this aswell: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docvie...id=swg21403456
    See if you can create a VSS backup.

    However, everything isn't solved just yet. They havn't disabled CL on their databases so incremental backup won't work.
    I have tried to contact them and awaiting answer.

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    Hi
    Thanks for the quick response.
    Adding Admin AD Account to the Organization Management Group resolved my problem.
    According to the TSM Guide it is a requirement.
    Full Backup went through successfully and truncated the Logs.

    Ash

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    Post A solution to "Get-ExchangeServer is not recognized" when starting TDP Exchange

    Sorry to bump an old thread but I encountered this this morning while configuring one of our exchange 2010 servers.

    Since I did not find a definitive solution in this thread I though I'd give my 2 pennies solution.

    In my case this came from my Active Directory user account lacking Exchange privileges.

    You need administrative privileges to logon to exchange and especially when performing backups.
    I have added my user account to the following two groups in AD:
    - Organization Management
    - Public Folder Management

    And the error message disappeared.

    Environment:
    OS: Windows 2008 R2 64 bit
    Exchange version: Exchange server 2010, Version: 14.02.0318.004
    TSM API Version: 6.3.0.19
    TSM TDP Exchange Version: 6.3.0.3


    Quick Edit:
    Adding your AD Admin will work however it is a securityrisk as you might want to separate your AD admins and your exchange admins

    Cheers,
    Orpheas

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