I’ve spent quite a bit of time going through the new browser-based Exchange Administration Center (EAC), the replacement for the now aged Exchange Management Console (EMC) in Exchange 2013 to create content for Microsoft Exchange 2013 Inside Out. As I’ve gone through the various sections of EAC, I’ve noted where bits of functionality appear to be missing when compared to EMC. At the time of writing, the list of missing features is as follows:
- You can’t send a message to a user from the console. This feature depended on an email client being available on the same workstation where EMC ran.
- The ability to join the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) is removed. You can run some EMS cmdlets instead. Most people won’t realize that CEIP signup is gone.
- The script that counted and reported the number of Client Access Licenses that need to properly license Exchange is no…
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