NEW: Simultaneously Assigning a Policy to Multiple Users

Last night one of the authors of the Lync Server PowerShell blog dreamt that she spent a day being very grouchy and impatient. (Yes, we know, everyone around her is wondering how that’s different from her waking hours.) So when she woke up this morning she decided she’d got all the grouchiness and impatience out of her system, and today was going to be a positive day. How is it going, you ask? Well, yesterday she tried to buy a latte and there was no one to be found at the latte stand, or anywhere in the cafeteria, for that matter. Today, she got her latte. So it’s going very well so far. We expect that to continue until she opens her email.


Oops, that wasn’t a very positive thought, was it? We’re still working on this.


But besides the latte, one other very positive thing has happened today. We’ve posted an article on Simultaneously Assigning a Policy to Multiple Users. In this article you’ll find out how to, with a single command, assign a policy to a bunch of users who have nothing in common. That will end in the very positive result of these users now actually having something in common: the same policy.


See, this is working out well, isn’t it?

Comments (0)

Skip to main content