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Hi All,
 
I have a powerhsell script( to get the mailbox size of an exchange 2010 mailbox), and I am executing this script in my C# code. The following is the code I have used for that
powershell.AddScript(strQuery);
Collection objPS = powershell.Invoke();

I tried to get the properties from this result using following code...
 
foreach (PSObject results in objPS)
{
PSMemberInfoCollection obj = results.Properties;
foreach (PSPropertyInfo a in obj)
{
writelog(a.Name + " | " + a.Value);
}
}

 
The result which I got is as follows....
 
PSComputerName | win-8t4iub1nrog.exchange.mydomain.com
RunspaceId | 48e93449-e5c0-49ab-b31e-18f00c9ce1a0
PSShowComputerName | True
Length | 47

 
In this result set there is no property called TotalItemSize, but I am sure that the result contains TotalItemSize, as I have printed the result.tostring() in another test program. that result is as follows
 
@{TotalItemSize=2.224 KB (2,277 bytes); PSComputerName=win-8t4iub1nrog.exchange.mjs.com; RunspaceId=66e1f258-327f-44a1-bfb2-3e929b971d22; PSShowComputerName=True}
 
So, Can someone tell me how to extract the TotalItemSize from this result set.
 
Regards
Sebastian
Posted 17-Jan-13 22:45pm
Edited 27-Jan-13 18:28pm
v2

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