Haiku #181

Grab your beach towel And sunscreen: we’re going to Allow some domains!   Well, it’s another beautiful day here in Park City, UT. Of course, it’s not even 9:00 AM here in Park City, UT: how do we know it’s another beautiful day? That’s easy: because it’s always a beautiful day in Park City, UT….

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NEW: More Fun with the Lync SDK

  So far we’ve written a couple of articles on using the Lync 2010 SDK to write scripts that will retrieve your list of contacts and will send an instant message. Initially we weren’t sure how many people would try out these scripts, but as it turns out they’ve been pretty popular. (By “popular” we…

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Continue an Instant Messaging Conversation

  Have you ever had a conversation with someone and later thought “Oh, I should have said this,” or “I wish I’d said that”? (True, sometimes you say “I wish I hadn’t said that,” but that’s another story.) If you’re like most of us, you tend to come up with the perfect thing to say…

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Haiku #180

There are known knowns and There are unknown knowns. Like, say, Media bypass.   You know what’s the worst thing about writing a daily haiku on Lync Server PowerShell? Well, OK, the second worst thing: obviously the worst thing is having to get up early and actually do some work every single day. (We still…

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Haiku #179

Why do you want to Run computer cmdlets? Just because they’re there.   For those of you who’ve been sitting up all night waiting for the final outcome, you can finally rest assured: Sunset Peak has been conquered!   Yes, it’s true: yesterday afternoon the author of today’s haiku (and his wife/Sherpa porter) reached the…

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Haiku #178

Kerberos? OK, Then you can come in. Proxy Configuration.   TGIF: Thank God it’s Friday! Needless to say, after a difficult week in which he had to work two days in a row, the author of today’s haiku is excited to see the weekend coming. And not a moment too soon.   You know, we…

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Haiku #177

Natural beauty? True beauty comes from CS Conferencing settings.   Well, we’re back. (Oh, please don’t say you didn’t even know we were gone: that hurts.) The author of today’s haiku has spent the past few days in Moab, Utah, and has spent most of that time hiking every hikeable trail in Arches National Park….

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Haiku #176

Port 8061? That’s unacceptable! Set CS Web Server.   For those of you who’ve been keeping track, the author of today’s haiku has now worked for eight consecutive days. (That’s right, eight!) That can only mean one thing: it’s time for him to take a few days off.   Note. How did the author of…

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Haiku #175

Utah: the land of Mountains, smiles, Beetdiggers, and Conference policies.   As you no doubt know by now, the author of today’s haiku is currently in Utah, partly to take a few days of vacation here and there, and partly to do his regular old work. (Based on the kind – and amount – of…

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Haiku #174

It’s like magic but Better. That can only be Simple URLs.   Hello everyone, and welcome to the Lync Server PowerShell haiku of the day. Today’s topic: the Test-CsCertificateConfiguration cmdlet!   Whoa, hey, take it easy: we were just kidding. Trust us, we haven’t forgotten that, in yesterday’s haiku, we promised that today’s haiku would…

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