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Getting the above error on our Exchange Server 2010. Secondly when I open the Exchange Management Console it is opening on I.E. , unable to make any changes directly from EMC.

 

Moreover Exchange Management Shell is not recognizing any Exchange cmdlts.

 

Any help would be appreciated....

 

Thanks

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Can you navigate to program files /exchange server/ scripts/ remotepowershell .ps1? Should let you initialize a session via the nearest exchange CAS. if that is your only exchange box, perhaps the local profile is corrupted. Was this server recently changed to another domain or had its local admin account renamed? Best of luck
Josh