These are the cmdlets the module exposes: The alias for parameter.The default output will be to list the properties, but since it is now a collection of objects, you can choose to output it to a table, to a grid view, or export to a file, using the appropriate cmdlets.If you don’t see it, click on Check for Updates in the menu ribbon.Right-click on Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1801 and click on Install Update Pack.This is necessary to avoid the concurrent pipeline limitation in remote Power Shell.It is only necessary if the command prior to the pipeline will be running a cmdlet that leverages remoting.Otherwise, you will need to address the issues before proceeding with the update.
(The module doesn’t distinguish between the cmdlets being available because they were locally loaded from the snap-in or from remoting.After the API is loaded, it will check for the Exchange cmdlets.If not loaded into the shell, it will retrieve a list of Exchange servers from Active Directory and attempt to connect to one until successful.Upon successful completion of the hotfix installation, you will be presented with the pop-up window as seen below to indicate a console upgrade from version 188.8.131.5295.1000 to 5.1802.1050.1000 is available.You can verify the console upgrade in the About System Center Configuration Manager drop down menu from the console.However, since certain cmdlets will fail when not executed remotely because they bypass RBAC, you need to be sure that you have not locally loaded the snap-in.) Access to a mailbox is done using full mailbox access.If you want to use impersonation, you will want to uncomment line 96. The URL used for EWS is determined by autodiscover of the owner/manager mailbox.However, since this is the Technical Preview site and only used in a test environment, you can continue with the option, Upgrade without validating. The window below will show the stages of the upgrade process where you can monitor it’s progress.If there are any issues, you will see it listed here with a warning and the details provided in the description box in the bottom of the window.This update has a number of new features (as listed in the Enterprise Mobility & Security blogpost) which include: You can update to the 1801 Tech Preview release via the Config Mgr console under the Updates & Servicing node.The baseline version of the Technical Preview branch is now at version 1711 and available on the Tech Net Evaluation Center.