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  • Blog Post: PowerShell script to export #Lync tbxml to Visio and Excel

    Update June 28 - Want to see what happens when your personal blog recieves professional editing? See this post on Next Hop - http://blogs.technet.com/b/nexthop/archive/2012/06/28/how-to-create-visio-and-excel-output-from-a-tbxml-file.aspx I encountered a customer deployment in Office365 Dedicated...
  • Blog Post: OCS Resource Kit Book released!

    Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 Resource Kit In-depth technical information and tools for administering Communications Server 2007—from those who know the technology best Get the definitive reference for deploying, configuring, and supporting Office Communications Server 2007—with...
  • Blog Post: LCS - Determine which users are enabled for PIC

    One nice thing about the blog and the IM technology is that I am able to establish contacts with many folks I would not normally have an opportunity to meet otherwise. / Edit December 12, 2007 Bobby Pena sent me the following email comment regarding the query on an LCS 2005 SP1 system, published with...
  • Blog Post: New OCS Book under construction, your input valuable

    For those who caught an earlier post we have a Twitter account providing valuable OCS information at http://twitter.com/DrRez . We want your input on an upcoming book: NEW BOOK UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Managing OCS Using Windows Powershell (working title). What do you DEFINITELY want us to include and why...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for OCS 2007

    I found this posting from Dmitry with an OCS 2007 PowerShell solution and thought I would pass it on - if you have other solutions please comment with links. Since Dmitry's post does a really good job of showing the UI, I won't repeat it here. PowerGUI OCS PowerPack for PowerGUI TomL LCSKid
  • Blog Post: OCS 2007 R2 Managing User Contact Lists via script

    With the launch of Lync Server 2010 another blog was created for Lync PowerShell topics, however very few customers will have the product until 2011 due to general availability, holidays and business requirements. Customers want to know how to administer OCS 2007 R2 via script and/or PowerShell and so...