Issue running Exchange Command remotely.

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  • #17670

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    What might this be? The commands work find locally.

    $scriptBlock= {
    Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin
    Invoke-Command -Computername secretcomputername  -ScriptBlock $scriptBlock -Credential $cred

    An Active Directory error 0x80072020 occurred while searching for domain controllers in domain : An operations error occurred.

    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (0:Int32) [Get-ExchangeServer], ADTransientException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : DCAA3313,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.SystemConfigurationTasks.GetExchangeServer
    + PSComputerName : secretcomputername

  • #17682

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    not sure what that could be however to troubleshoot it

    perhaps take out the get-exchangeserver and see if it does do the add-pssnapin and then do a get-pssnapin to check its there.. if that works then put back the get-exchange server

    perhaps its not getting the time to load the snapin before running the get-exchangeserver command?


  • #17689

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    IF I enter a pssession, it does the same thing. But if I log into the server and run the command it works fine. Name Resolution work on the servers. also.

  • #17712

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    Hello Braven36,

    You're experiencing a double hop problem. You'll need to read up on how to configure Kerberos delegation for the computer account of the first remote server.


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