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    Ports to allow access to Live@Edu PowerShell

    Hello,

    Does anyone know which ports need opening to where to allow me to access the Live@Edu PowerShell sessions from work? At the moment I can't connect either with PS or EMC (which uses PS to connect) so I have to do it all from home.

    This can be bore as you're stuffed if working to rote, and if you actually need to do something to a mailbox urgently which is more advanced than the web management tool is has to wait.

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    If you are connecting to https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ it should be port 443. Do you get any error messages?

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    Is there a proxy in the way? If so it won't work until you configure the WinHTTP proxy [XP: use proxycfg, W7: use netsh]

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiqueABoo View Post
    Is there a proxy in the way? If so it won't work until you configure the WinHTTP proxy [XP: use proxycfg, W7: use netsh]
    Ah! How?

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    From an elevated Command Prompt, run...

    Code:
    netsh winhttp set proxy yourproxy:80 "<local>"

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    Wonderful! Thanks for that.

    Do you need to do it after each reboot, or does the setting persist?

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    Only once.

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