event 6 MSExchange cmdletlogs

Elazara Arbiv 161 Reputation points

I have an automation server in my organization on which I run exchange commands

I get the following alerts on the server- I do not understand what this means .. can anyone explain the matter?

The description for Event ID 6 from source MSExchange CmdletLogs cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.
If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.
The following information was included with the event:

Exchange Server Management
Exchange Server Management
Exchange Server: A family of Microsoft client/server messaging and collaboration software.Management: The act or process of organizing, handling, directing or controlling something.
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  1. Lucas Liu-MSFT 6,161 Reputation points

    Hi @Elazara Arbiv ,

    1.How many Exchange servers exist in your environment? What are their specific versions? You can run the following command line to view the specific version information of the Exchange server, and then use this article to view the specific CU version of the Exchange server.

    Get-ExchangeServer | Format-List Name, Edition, AdminDisplayVersion  

    2.According to the view in the experimental environment, the event with event id "6" in "MSExchange Management". It is usually generated due to an error when running the cmdlet command line. So at the time when the event was generated, did you make an error while running the Exchange-related command line? If an error is encountered when running the command line, the event generation is normal. If you can successfully run after running the correct command line, then you can ignore the error event.

    3.For the error "The description for Event ID 6 from source MSExchange CmdletLogs cannot be found. Either the component.....", it is usually because the Exchange server is not installed on the computer or the Exchange server is not running normally. Is the Exchange server successfully installed on the computer viewing the log information? You can also run the following command line to check whether the related services of the Exchange server are all running.


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