Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1
Topic Last Modified: 2010-08-13
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 uses client throttling policies to manage the performance of your Exchange organization. To do this, Exchange tracks the resources that each user consumes and enforces connection bandwidth limits, as necessary.
Among other things, client throttling helps you make sure that:
- Users aren't intentionally taxing the system.
- Users aren't unintentionally taxing the system.
- Users of various connectivity methods are sharing resources
You use the Exchange Command Shell to modify and view client throttling policy settings. For information about the syntax and parameters see the following client throttling cmdlet topics:
For detailed information about client throttling policies, see Understanding Client Throttling Policies.