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The Edit Voice Policy Dialog
Voice policies are used to manage such Enterprise Voice-related features as simultaneous ring (the ability to have a second phone ring each time someone calls your office phone) and call forwarding.
To access voice policies in the Lync Server Control Panel, click the Voice Routing tab and then click Voice Policy.
The Edit Voice Policy dialog and the New Voice Policy dialog correspond to the properties and parameters of the following cmdlets:
· Get-CsVoicePolicy, which is used to retrieve information about your voice policies:Get-CsVoicePolicy
· Grant-CsVoicePolicy, which is used to assign a per-user voice policy:Grant-CsVoicePolicy –Identity "Ken Myer" –PolicyName "RedmondVoicePolicy"
· New-CsVoicePolicy, which is used to create a new voice policy at the site scope or the per-user scope:New-CsVoicePolicy –Identity site:Redmond –AllowSimulRing $False
· Remove-CsVoicePolicy, which is used to remove a voice policy configured at the site scope or the per-user scope, or to reset the property values of the global configuration settings:Remove-CsVoicePolicy –Identity site:Redmond
· Set-CsVoicePolicy, which is used to modify an existing voice policy:Set-CsVoicePolicy –Identity global –EnableTeamCall $False
The Edit Voice Policy dialog is shown below, along with the corresponding parameter names found in New-CsVoicePolicy and Set-CsVoicePolicy:
For more information about the CsVoicePolicy cmdlets, type Get-Help cmdlet_name –Full | more at the Lync Server Management Shell prompt. For example:
Get-Help Set-CsVoicePolicy –Full | more