• Blog Post: Haiku #145

    We can't tell you how Happy we are to be back. Import update rules. You know what's great about coming back to work after a three-day weekend? Well, don't feel bad; we couldn't think of anything, either. Let's see, over the three-day weekend we ate things like teriyaki chicken and pork skewers;...
  • Blog Post: Lync Supportability Matrix – Features Supported Across Devices and Services

    Have you been looking for a complete list of Lync feature availability across Services (On-premises, Office 365, and Lync Online Standalone plan) and Devices (Lync for iPad, Lync Desktop, Lync for Windows Phone)? This matrix covers the following feature areas: Instant Messaging, Presence, and Contacts;...
  • Blog Post: Lync Server Admin Guide: Configuring Support for Clients and Devices

    This article is part of the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide: PowerShell Supplement . Specify the Client Versions Supported in Your Organization To edit the default client version policy As a general rule, client version policies are most-easily edited by modifying...
  • Blog Post: Upload Multiple Lync Phone Edition Firmware Updates to Single or Multiple Pools with New PowerShell Script

    If you’re having trouble staying on top of updates for Lync Phone Edition devices, this is your lucky day. Lync MVP, Pat Richard of Ehlo World! blog fame, has created a new PowerShell script that does the heavy lifting for you. With this script, you can now import multiple firmware files at the...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #88

    I don't really want All these files. If only I Could get rid of them .... Before we do anything else we should probably let you know that the author of today's Lync Server PowerShell haiku is having a little problem keeping focused on his work. After all, yesterday he got a new lawnmower...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #127

    Death rays are fun but Device update cmdlets Are even more fun. No too long ago, the author of today's haiku noticed that one of the rooms in his building, a room he's walked past several times a day for the past year or so, has a big red sign on it that says this: BEAM DETECTOR RESET...
  • Blog Post: Haiku #193

    If a tree falls in The forest then it's his fault. Device update rules. Here's something that will shock you: the author of today's haiku is a cold-blooded killer. Note . Really? OK. We just thought that would shock you. As it turns out, yesterday the author of today's haiku...