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Microsoft Senior Support engineers walk you through real-life support cases, giving you an insider’s view into the systematic approach they use to troubleshoot Lync Server issues.
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Basketball, oil, vodka, ice cream ... and even some archiving. Today is a great day to for Lync Server PowerShell haikus everywhere.
There seem to be some amazing similarities between the author of this haiku article and a turkey. However, it's likely that only one of them knows how to tell time. Read the article to find out which one.
An alternate, and less interesting, title for this article would be "Find All the Lync Server Cmdlet Verbs." See, we told you that would sound less interesting. It's much more interesting to find out how to cheat at something.
Celebrate, it's Friday! Oh, and it's also haiku number 100.
It doesn't matter what color your phone is, as long as you have Enterprise Voice and E911 subnets set up.
We're not just havering, there really is a purpose for Enable-CsReplica.
In this article we spell out in black-and-white -- and some color -- how conferencing directories work. In a general sort of way.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by reading a haiku and configuring some Edge Servers.
Configure your Call Park application, then send this haiku to ten of your friends.
Even the Lone Ranger was late sometimes. But he always came through in the end, just like the Update-CsUserDatabase cmdlet.
The CsExternalAccessPolicy cmdlets: Approved for all ages.
Brighten up your day with a haiku and the Get-CsNetworkInterface cmdlet.