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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.
Stick with dial-in conferencing access numbers, they're much nicer than cats. Especially at 4:00 AM.
Is there a better way to spend a beautiful day than sitting in your office reading a haiku about client version policies? We couldn't think of anything, either.
Our horoscopes say we'll write a fascinating haiku today. Yours probably says you'll read a fascinating haiku today. This just might be it, so don't miss it. And don't miss learning about the Test-CsGroupExpansion cmdlet, either.
No need to thank us for this haiku about Call Admission Control network regions. But we'd like to thank our cat and, well, everyone who took a breath today.
Find out who Bibendum is and what he has to do with the CsWebServiceConfiguration cmdlets.
Read some great poetry - then move on to this haiku about Medaition Servers.
Whether you're alone in a toy store or alone in your office, you'll have fun reading haikus and using the Get-CsUserPoolInfo cmdlet.