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Haiku #139 is significant because the number 139 is significant...in it's own unique sort of way. Just like Lync Server diagnostic cmdlets.
All is right with the world when you have Lync Server PowerShell cmdlets. Espcially presence policy cmdlets.
Do you want baseball stats or information about Lync Server? Oh. Well, we'll see if we can manage to get something in here about Lync Server. Maybe even something about the CsManagementConnection cmdlets.
It's the Summer Solstice, which, as you probably know, is the day that brings the longest haiku article of the year. Or the haiku about the cmdlet with the longest name. Or maybe just a random haiku about Druids and audio bots.
Father's Day is over, but the memories of basketball, pasta blobs, and Lync Server migration live on.
There are a lot of scams out on the internet, but none of them involve Call Admission Control network region links. At least not as far as we know.
What's more interesting: baseball, video hydroplane races, or CsAVEdgeConfiguration cmdlets? We couldn't decide, so this haiku brings you all three.
Today's haiku is about archiving.
Wait a minute, that's not the right answer. Is it?
Let's see, import black caviar or write haikus? It's a tough choice, especially when you get to write a haiku about the CsApplicationEndpoint cmdlets.
Ever wonder what kind of haiku you could get on a Lync Server cmdlet when the haiku author is sleep-deprived and grouchy on a Monday morning? Read this and you'll find out.
Here's a challenge: Can you beat the text messaging time of the haiku author, while configuring network subnets? Good luck.
No need to deduplicate this haiku, it's one of a kind.
You know what mom always says: "Put the beam detector away until you've finished configuring your device update logs." Good thing you have CsDeviceUpdateConfiguration cmdlets to help you.