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We may have missed National Doughnut Day, but we didn't miss the Haiku-of-the-Day. Today we talk about the CsDiagnosticConfiguration cmdlets. Unfortunately they don't come with chocolate frosting or sprinkles.
Ready for some fun? If so, you have to try the Lync Server CsTrustedApplicationPool cmdlets. Working with those cmdlets is even more fun than getting your hair cut.
As our sleep-deprived haiku writer heads off to a conference, he leaves us with a truly fascinating article on Web Server certificates. At least it seemed fascinating to the sleep-deprived writer. If you're awake and don't find it so fascinating, try it again when you're really tired and see if that helps.
It's raining again. Sprinkling, really. Time for a donut, and some CsVoiceTestConfiguration cmdlets.
In life, you have to take the good with the bad. The good, of course, always including the daily Lync Server PowerShell haiku. And in this article, it even includes a little something about the New-CsClientPolicyEntry cmdlet. Now that's what we call good. We'll let you deal with any bad you might run into on your own, since we know it couldn't possibly have anything to do with Lync Server PowerShell.
We may have our movie endings a little confused, but we're never confused about our Lync Server Address Book services.
Heat waves? In July? We've never heard of such a thing. Come to Seattle where you can put on a sweater, sit inside, and test your connectivity with federated domains.
A haiku only a mother could love. Well, at least the haiku author's mother. Right, Mom? Mom? Oh well, everyone should find the stuff about Call Admission Control interesting, anyway. Right? Anyone?
If there's anything more fun than flying down a long hill on a bicycle it must be working with Lync Server PowerShell cmdlets. Mostly because the cmdlets don't make you go up the hill first. The CsHostingProvider cmdlets are especially enjoyable, and there's very little chance that you'll crash at the bottom.
Weddings are joyous occasions, especially when they're celebrated with Lync Server PowerShell cmdlets. The CsManagementServer cmdlets in particular add a special sense of happiness and well-being.
Do you want your Lync Server administrators to be able to enable a topology? Then you need the CsSetupPermission cmdlets. And no, it doesn't even matter what day it is.
Keep your head today and test out your Lync Server Address Book services.
The Untold Story!
The Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide is chock-full of useful information about Lync Server management. However (and you knew there had to be a “however,” didn't you?) there is one thing that's missing from the Administration Guide: Lync Server PowerShell commands.
But never fear, we have everything you need. Check out the Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide: PowerShell Supplement. With this supplement you have the rest of the story.
Lync Server PowerShell, the musical.
Give her the gift she really wants: information about the Lync Server CsNetworkSite cmdlets.
What makes a good baseball player, or a good Lync Server cmdlet? It's all in the name.
It turns out that changing a password is much easier than changing a diesel engine. And much cleaner.
Should you whistle while you work? Apparently it depends on where you work, and where you're whistling. But we're sure you'll want to whistle while you configure Call Admission Control.