Lync Server PowerShell haiku -- and an introduction to the New-CsStaticRoute cmdlet.
Are you a real man? (Or are you a man at all?) Read this haiku article to find out how a real man (or maybe even a woman) gets information on services and server roles with Lync Server PowerShell.
What's the difference between Select-Object and Format-Table, and why would you use one vs. the other? This article is one in our series of articles responding to customer questions we received at TechReady 12.
Time for March Madness, and an introduction to the Clear-CsDeviceUpdateLog cmdlet. Along with the daily haiku, of course.
Today's haiku addresses the Get-CsManagementStoreReplicationStatus cmdlet. This one is a pri 0, so you should check it out. Oh wait, it's not a pri 0, this was moved down to pri 1 or 2 so we could address some fire drills. But you should check it out anyway.
Neither rain nor sleet nor fever and sore throat will keep us from our appointed rounds. At least not when we have a little help from som of our contributors. Several updates have been going on here at the Lync Server PowerShell blog in the last week or so, just wanted to make sure you didn't miss them (like we almost did).
Are you spending a lot of time with service control points? Probably not. But just in case you need to, you'll want to know about the CsConfigurationStoreLocation cmdlets, which just happens to be what this haiku of the day is about.
What better way to celebrate a holiday than by reading the Lync Server PowerShell haiku, and by running the Test-CsPhoneBootstrap cmdlet.
Basketball, oil, vodka, ice cream ... and even some archiving. Today is a great day to for Lync Server PowerShell haikus everywhere.
There are some things you can do in Lync Server Control Panel, and some things you have to get into the Lync Server Management Shell to do. In this article Christopher Wallick tells us how to work with announcements and unassigned numbers, and what you can do where. This is an article in the ongoing series "Snippets from the Shell."
Today's Lync Server PowerShell haiku introduces you to the Get-CsClientPinInfo cmdlet. With a little help from Fyodor Dostoyevsky.