Powershell Cmdlets for Forefront Security 2010 for Exchange Server Beta 2

Just install forefront and here are the new cmdlets

Name

Synopsis 

Add-FSSFilterListEntry

Adds items to an existing filter list.

Clear-FSEReport

Resets a report about FSE activities.

Clear-FSSFilterList

Clears a filter list. The filter list may still be associated with scan jobs.   

Export-FseQuarantine

Saves quarantined items to disk.    

Export-FSESettings

Exports the configuration settings.     

Get-FSEAdvancedOptions

Retrieves the advanced options.     

Get-FseIncident

Retrieve records from the incident database.   

Get-FseIncidentOptions

Gets the incident database options.

Get-FSELoggingOptions

Retrieves logging options.  

Get-FSENotification

Retrieve settings for e-mail notifications.  

Get-FSEOnDemandFilter

Retrieves the configuration of all filter lists of a particular type enabled for the on-demand scan.    

Get-FSEOnDemandScan

Retrieves the configuration for the on-demand scan.  

Get-FSEProductInfo

Retrieves server and product information.  

Get-FseQuarantine

Retrieve records from the quarantine database. 

Get-FseQuarantineOptions

Retrieves the quarantine options.    

Get-FSERealtimeFilter

Retrieves the configuration of all filter lists of a particular type enabled for the realtime scan.

 Get-FSERealtimeScan

Retrieves configuration settings for the Realtime scan.  

Get-FSEReport

Retrieves statistical reports about FSE activities.     

Get-FSEScheduledFilter

Retrieves the configuration of all filter lists of a particular type enabled for the scheduled scan.  

Get-FSEScheduledScan

Retrieves the configuration for the scheduled scan.     

Get-FSESpamConnectionFilter

Retrieve configuration options for the Forefront DNS Block List (DNSBL). 

Get-FSESpamContentFilter

Retrieves the settings for the spam content filter.    

Get-FSESpamFiltering

Retrieve the status of spam filtering.   

Get-FSESpamReport

Retrieves a spam blocking report.     

Get-FSETransportFilter

Retrieves the configuration of all filter lists of a particular type enabled for the transport scan.    

Get-FSETransportScan

Retrieves configuration options for the transport scan.     

Get-FSSExtendedOption

Get an extended option.

Get-FSSFilterList

Retrieves filter lists.   

Get-FSSSignatureOptions

Retrieves engine definition update settings.   

Get-FSSSignatureUpdate

Retrieves the schedules for updating engine definitions.   

Get-FSSTracing

Retrieves trace settings.  

Import-FSESettings

Imports the configuration settings.  

New-FSSExtendedOption

Create an extended option. 

New-FSSFilterList

Creates a new filter list.  

Remove-FseIncident

Removes an item from the incident database.     

Remove-FseQuarantine

Removes an item from quarantine.    

Remove-FSSExtendedOption

Remove an extended option.    

Remove-FSSFilterList

Deletes a filter list.    

Remove-FSSFilterListEntry

Removes one or more items from a filter list.  

Resume-FSEOnDemandScan

Resumes a suspended on-demand scan.

Send-FseQuarantine

Delivers an item that has been quarantined to the specified recipients.

Set-FSEAdvancedOptions

Sets advanced scan options.  

Set-FseIncidentOptions

Sets the incident database options.  

Set-FSELoggingOptions

Sets logging options.     

Set-FSENotification

Configure settings for e-mail notifications.   

Set-FSEOnDemandFilter

Configures a filter list for use with the on-demand scan.

Set-FSEOnDemandScan

Sets configuration options for the on-demand scan.  

Set-FseQuarantineOptions

Sets the quarantine options.    

Set-FSERealtimeFilter

Configures a Realtime filter list.   

Set-FSERealtimeScan

Configures the realtime scan    

Set-FSEScheduledFilter

Associates a filter to the scheduled scan and enables it    

Set-FSEScheduledScan

Configures the scheduled scan. 

Set-FSESpamConnectionFilter

Sets configuration options for the Forefront DNS Block List (DNSBL).    

Set-FSESpamContentFilter

Sets the configuration options for the spam content filter.  

Set-FSESpamFiltering

Enables or disables Forefront antispam filtering.  

Set-FSETransportFilter

Configures a filter list for use with the transport scan.  

Set-FSETransportScan

Configures the transport scan.   

Set-FSSExtendedOption

Set an extended option.     

Set-FSSFilterList

Replaces all the values in a filter list.

Set-FSSSignatureOptions

Sets engine and definition updating options.  

Set-FSSSignatureUpdate

Sets the schedule for updating engine definitions.   

Set-FSSTracing

Sets trace settings.   

Start-FSEOnDemandScan

Starts the on-demand scan.    

Start-FSEScheduledScan

Starts a background scan.     

Start-FSSSignatureUpdate

Starts engine updating.

Stop-FSEOnDemandScan

Stops the on-demand scan.

Stop-FSEScheduledScan

Stops a currently-running scheduled scan.     

Suspend-FSEOnDemandScan

Suspends the on-demand scan.    

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… Exchange Client Extensions (ECEs) represent an extensibility feature introduced with the Microsoft Exchange client in 1995. The Exchange client was a 16-bit mail application running against the earliest versions of Exchange Server. ECEs must be written in native code, typically using C++ and relying heavily on the Messaging API (MAPI). When Outlook replaced the Exchange client, ECEs were used to extend Outlook 97-98 until COM Add-ins replaced ECEs in Outlook 2000 as the primary extensibility technology for Outlook.

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