Haiku #143

Smile! After all, you (And Hugh) can run the User Server cmdlets.   So it turns out that there was a monastery in this one town where something weird happened and the monks all went crazy; as a result, they started growing these man-eating flowers that began terrorizing the town. The townspeople tried everything they…

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Haiku #142

Somewhere, a dog howled. Would you stop if we explain Response Group settings?   It’s a conspiracy, that’s what it is.   That’s right: a conspiracy. As it turns out, the entire world – or at least the animal world – is out to get the author of today’s haiku.   For three weeks the…

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Haiku #141

If I call, how do I know you will be there? Test Dial-in conferencing.   So last night the author of today’s haiku had the chance of a lifetime, and he let it slip through his fingers.   Which, come to think of it, is pretty much the story of his life, isn’t it?  …

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Haiku #140

The bandwidth service Settings: They aren’t real flashy, But at least they work   Well, it’s Monday again, but this Monday is different: this promises to be a great week. How do we know that? Well, yesterday was an almost-nice-day here in the great Pacific Northwest, so the author of today’s haiku and his wife…

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Haiku #139

Is there a problem? Then maybe diagnostic Headers should be on.   Hey, everyone. Today marks the 139th in our series of daily Lync Server PowerShell haikus and in honor of the occasion (and because we couldn’t think of anything else to write about) we decided to look up some interesting facts about the number…

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Haiku #138

Hello? Are you there? I guess you must have changed your Presence policy.   Hey, everyone. Well, the Summer Solstice has come and gone, we’re now well into summer itself, and right now the temperature in Redmond is 52 degrees Fahrenheit, and raining. How does that compare with the rest of the world? Well, in…

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Haiku #137

I sense a very Real connection between us. CS Management.   Yesterday the author of today’s haiku was the lone member of the user assistance (UA) team to sit in on a meeting. As such, he was almost immediately peppered with questions about documentation:   “Do you know who’s going to be working on the…

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Haiku #136

Daylight beckons but The windows just won’t open. Audio testing.   Happy Summer Solstice everyone! Yes, today is June 21st, which means it’s once again the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year.   Note. Slight clarification: we should say that today is the day that has the most daylight hours. The longest day…

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Haiku #135

Basketball, noodles, And conference directories: Happy Father’s Day!   We know that everyone out there is just dying to hear how the author of today’s haiku spent his Father’s Day yesterday, so here goes. Father’s Day morning was very exciting: the author of today’s haiku went out to the Black Lagoon (the corner of the…

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Haiku #134

Together at last: Microsoft and Google, and Network region links.   Remember that big thing about Microsoft buying Skype? Well, you can forget that. Here’s something even bigger: Microsoft has bought Google!   Or maybe Google has bought Microsoft; to be honest, the details are a little hazy. All the author of today’s haiku knows…

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