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It looks like the writers of this haiku should be taking even more vacation. But in the meantime, here's a haiku (and article) about the Lync Server CsStaticRoutingConfiguration cmdlets.
In case you're wondering, the author of this haiku did not attempt to ride up the 9400 foot mountain. He did, however, run the Lync Server CsDatabase commands.
The haiku writer got up on the wrong side of the traffic jam this morning. But that didn't stop him from expounding on the virtues of the CsClientPolicy cmdlets. Still, it's probably a good thing this haiku was written on a Friday.
It's football season here in the U.S., and the Seattle area is feeling the pain. In addition, the world will soon feel the pain of the end of the Lync Server PowerShell daily haikus. On the bright side, you'll have 194 haikus to look back on fondly and revisit whenever you want.
Please don't harm any trees while reading this haiku. The haiku writer seems to have done enough damage as it is. Instead, try out the CsDeviceUpdateRule cmdlets.
An era comes to an end. And what better way to end than with CsCertificate cmdlets.
Summer is over, fall is here. Unless you're in the southern hemisphere, which we're not. But no matter where you are, another month has passed, which can mean only one thing: it's time for the Lync Server PowerShell blog month-end wrap up. This month along with our usual wrap-up stuff we have a quick tip for you on finding the most up-to-date PowerShell help.