Granted if you logon to the exchange server from your PC, these scripts will
be running on the exchange server rather than on your PC. But you will
certainly be at your PC, not at the console of your exchange server. Why is
it that you feel that the scripts need to be running on your workstation,
rather than just being controlled from there?
"Eero J" <EeroJ@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Remote Desktop is good but I need to run powershell scripts related to
> Exchange from my PC (not straight from the Exchange server)
> "Al Dunbar" wrote:
>> "Eero J" <EeroJ@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > Can i use Exchange Management Shell from my PC that has only
>> > Powershell?
>> > Ex.Man.Shell is on Exchange server but i would like to use it remotely
>> > through the powershell on my PC. I can't install Exchange Management
>> > Tools
>> > to
>> > my PC because it is 64-bit Vista and it is not supported.
>> One solution would be to open a remote desktop session on the server from
>> your Vista workstation.