Apply Exchange 2013/2016 License Key using PowerShell.


Apply Exchange 2013/2016 License Key using PowerShell.

Let’s first have a look at what the current license status is by running the following.

As we can see from the below image, the server has not been licensed yet and is still running as a Trial.

To set the license key, we can run the following.

Now that the key has been applied, lets run the previous cmdlet again to check if the server is licensed.

As we can see below, the IsExchangeTrialEdition is set to false, which means the copy of exchange is now licensed.

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