Server-Side Session Commands

After configuring the Windows PowerShell session on your UEM console server for issuing remote commands to Exchange 2010/2013/2016 or the cloud-based Office 365 service, connect to the server environment to begin the server-side session.

Following contains the commands to control the Exchange mailbox properties:

  • Command to connect to the server-side session and to establish a new session.

    PS C:\Windows\system32> $cred = Get-Credential

    PS C:\Windows\system32> $session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName

    Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri ""-Credential $cred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection

    Press enter after authentication to run the session command.

  • Command to import the server-side session. Issue this command after successfully connecting to the server.

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Import-PSSession $session

    PS C:\Windows\system32>

  • Command to perform mailbox queries – During the device enrollment in AirWatch, devices can be configured for the exchange through the profile distribution. When properly configured, the UEM console issues commands to enable the Exchange ActiveSync for a user’s mailbox on Exchange. The Workspace ONE UEM console also issues a command to whitelist the device ID being enrolled. To see what devices are whitelisted for a mailbox, use the command Get-CASMailbox to select the allowed devices.


    PS C:\Windows\system32> get-casmailbox -Identity "" | select {$_.ActiveSyncAllowedDeviceIDs}


    {ApplDLXGL5FGDJHF, B058C150E57CC4004DA6B2E1BE4EE572}

    Likewise, query a user’s mailbox to view the blacklisted or blocked device IDs as shown in the following example.


    PS C:\Windows\system32> get-casmailbox -Identity "" | select {$_.ActiveSyncBlockedDeviceIDs}


    {Appl87049106A4S, DT095F898778SDF2E1B3453445DG56}
  • Command to close the Server-side session – Always close the console-server session when troubleshooting is complete. To remove the server-side session, use the remove-PSSession command.

    PS C:\Windows\system32> remove-pssession $session

    PS C:\Windows\system32>

  • Command to display the PowerShell version – To know the version of the PowerShell installed, enter $PSVersionTable on the PowerShell command window.
    PS C:\Windows\system32> $PSVersionTable