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Windows PowerShell™ 3.0 Step by Step by Ed Wilson

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Managing storage settings

It is an Exchange administrator’s truism that the user’s need for storage expands to meet the total amount of available storage plus 10 percent. Without management of storage demands, you will never have enough disk space. Unfortunately, estimates of storage requirements are often haphazard at best. It is very easy to go from “We have plenty of storage” to “Where did all the disk space go?” Everything from attachments to deleted item retention to bulging inboxes demand storage space. Fortunately, you can employ Windows PowerShell to bring some sanity to the situation.

The first step in working with the storage groups is to find out how many database objects the server contains, along with names associated with the location ...

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