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  • Blog Post: Haiku #194

    Turn out the lights, the Party's over: today's our Last haiku (for now). Today is a very auspicious, and somewhat sad, occasion: it marks, for the moment anyway, the end of the Lync Server PowerShell Haiku of the Day. (Trust us, we thought this day would never come, either.) Believe it or...
  • Blog Post: Lync Server Admin Guide: Configuring Security

    This article is part of the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide: PowerShell Supplement . Create a New Registrar To create a Registrar To create a new collection of proxy configuration settings, use the New-CsProxyConfiguration cmdlet: New-CsProxyConfiguration...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #148

    It's a dirty job, And we don't have to do it. Kerberos passwords. Today is going to be a great day. How do we know that? Well, for one thing, it's currently 55 degrees and drizzling here in Redmond; how could you not have a great day after you get off to a start like that? On top of that...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #188

    Test certificate: Do not try this at home. Try Something else instead. The author of today's haiku has always had an affinity for product disclaimers, those little warning labels that tell you why you should never, ever use whatever it is you just bought. Car makers – and car company...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #178

    Kerberos? OK, Then you can come in. Proxy Configuration. TGIF: Thank God it's Friday! Needless to say, after a difficult week in which he had to work two days in a row , the author of today's haiku is excited to see the weekend coming. And not a moment too soon. You know, we wondered...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #153

    We're gonna party Like it's 1582. Setup permissions. Last week the author of today's haiku got an interesting email from one of the internal departments here at Microsoft, a message that said, in part, "You are receiving this message because you have been identified as a(n) requester/approver...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #119

    Don't get scrammed and don't Worry about your passwords. Kerberos accounts. This morning the author of today's haiku noticed an email in his Junk Mail folder that had the following subject line: DON'T GET SCRAMMED!!! Definitely not wanting to get scrammed, the author of today...