If you need to manage a Microsoft Lync Server 2010 deployment, at some point you’re likely to find yourself in need of the Lync Server implementation of PowerShell. Whether you’re new to Windows PowerShell, Lync Server, or simply Lync Server’s version of PowerShell, this is the place to get started.
Windows PowerShell 2.0 Reference
Here you’ll find a series of articles that will introduce you to Windows PowerShell. These articles have nothing to do with Lync Server, but you’ll find navigating the Lync Server Management Shell much easier if you have a handle on Windows PowerShell first.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 PowerShell
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 PowerShell Reference
Once you have some idea how Windows PowerShell works, you’re ready to take on the Lync Server implementation. If it can be managed in Lync Server, it can be managed through PowerShell, so knowing some of the basics will help you get familiar with all this.
Get all your questions about Lync Server PowerShell answered before you even think of them.