Method 2: Exchange Management CONSOLE Here below is an alternative to Power Shell.Before you 'Apply' your Global Address List you may like to click on Edit, the benefit is that you can check, and if necessary, edit the settings.

Its also has the ability to monitor the health of individual VMware virtual machines.

If you are interested in troubleshooting, and creating network maps, then I recommend that you try NPM now.

NTM will produce a neat diagram of your network topology.

But that's just the start; Network Topology Mapper can create an inventory of the hardware and software of your machines and network devices.

Try: get-help new-Global Address List -full Help with error message: 'Access to address list service on all Exchange 2010 servers has been denied' try the following. It worked for me, also maybe try a different name, I tried "Worcester2" the second time I ran the command. Note 3: If you don't get the required result either create a new Global Address List, else use set-Global Address List to modify the one you created earlier.

Note 4: Real-life example from Brett Here is syntax that I used after I deleted the old GAL manually using ADSI Edit.

Here is a free tool to monitor your Exchange Server.

Download and install the utility, then inspect your mail queues, monitor the Exchange server's memory, confirm there is enough disk space, and check the CPU utilization. Solar Winds provides this fully-functioning freebie, as part of their commitment to supporting the network management community.

Download a free trial of Solar Winds' Network Performance Monitor As an alternative to clicking in the Exchange Management CONSOLE, you could type commands in the Exchange Management SHELL.