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  • Blog Post: Haiku #41

    For they are the most Interesting cmdlets In the world: LisSwitch. If you watch any TV at all (and, come on, admit it: everyone watches at least some TV) then you've no doubt seen the Most Interesting Man in the World commercials . These commercials feature, well, the most interesting man...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #55

    You once were lost but Now you're found. See why we asked For your location? The author of today's haiku has always had a soft spot in his heart for product disclaimers, those warning labels/pseudo-legal notices that accompany pretty much everything these days. For example, not too long ago...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #146

    Haiku for sale: No Money down, zero interest. Service Provider. Here at the Lync Server PowerShell blog we like to think of ourselves as being as much artists as we are technical writers. Note . Of course, based on our skills at technical writing, we might as well consider ourselves...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #14

    A voice cries out in The wilderness – oh, wait, she's In Room 42. There are definitely a lot of advantages to the Voice over IP (VoIP) technology, the technology that enables people to make phone calls over the Internet instead of using the old-fashioned public switched telephone network...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #166

    Take me out to the Ball game? No, thank you: I've got Civic addresses. In case any of you were wondering whether or not life is fair, here's your answer: life is not fair. How do we know that life isn't fair? Well, many years ago – hey, we said "many," not "many, many " –...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #111

    Everywhere must be Somewhere. Or maybe nowhere. CS Location. Last week, the author of today's Lync Server PowerShell haiku opened up an email that asked the following: I’m trying to understand the purpose of the Set-CsLisLocation cmdlet. I understand it creates locations...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #101

    Where, oh where have my Subnets gone? I should have used CsLisSubnet. Before we get started today we should offer an update to last Friday's haiku . Last Friday we implied that the Royal Wedding and the 100th edition of the Lync Server PowerShell Haiku of the Day were probably the two most...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #48

    LIS wireless access: Packets float weightlessly through – Abort, Retry, Fail? As you know, the big story in the world these days revolves around Watson, IBM's new supercomputer, a computer currently taking on a pair of human champions in the game show Jeopardy . After the first round...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #129

    No sooner said than Done: That's the CS network Subnet cmdlets. A lot of people – most notably their managers – wonder what the authors of the Lync Server PowerShell blog actually do during the course of the day. Well, this morning, the author of today's haiku spent his time trying...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #87

    I know you're out there, Somewhere. I should have backed up That first database. Do you know what's really fun about configuring all your location information for the Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) system introduced in Microsoft Lync Server 2010? While you think about that for a moment, we'll briefly...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #76

    The bare essentials: Food, water, clothing, and the LisPort cmdlets. Recently, the author of today's haiku has been reading the book Collapse by Jared Diamond, a book that tries to explain why civilizations that were once vibrant and thriving – like the Anasazi Indians in the American...