Read some great poetry - then move on to this haiku about Medaition Servers.
Whether you're alone in a toy store or alone in your office, you'll have fun reading haikus and using the Get-CsUserPoolInfo cmdlet.
This is no scram, it's a legitimate haiku about the CsKerberosAccountAssignment cmdlets.
Do cats care about haikus, or Registrars? Maybe at 4:00 AM. The rest of us care about them a little later in the day.
What rhymes with CsGroupIM?
Everybody makes mistakes. But it won't be a mistake to read this haiku, especially if you want to know something about trusted applications. And the weather in Seattle.
CsClientVersionConfiguration. What more needs to be said? Oh. Well, in that case, read this haiku and article that explain what these cmdlets are for and how to use them.
Today is the perfect day for reading haikus and setting your diagnostics filters.
This is no joke, it really is simple to set up a network inter-site policy. Which is good, because as you'll see jokes aren't exactly our strong point.
The CsRgsHolidaySet cmdlets, and this haiku, are practically perfect in every way.
Only a true Jedi master knew the meaning of the CsLisLocation cmdlets,,,until the true Lync Server PowerShell haiku master shared the secret. (Okay, it wasn't really a secret, just a little mysterious.)
Make sure your device updates work properly, especially on Friday the 13th. How do you do that? Well, you can start by reading this haiku about the Clear-CsDeviceUpdateFile cmdlet.
You can read a Lync Server PowerShell haiku, and run the Test-CsVoiceUser cmdlet, any day of the week. Even when you're not sure what day it actually is.