Haiku #191

Group Policy gone? How can we go on? Oh, right: Client policies.   In case you’ve been wondering whether or not today’s going to be a good day, well, here’s your answer: no, today is not going to be a good day.   At least not here in the Seattle area. For one thing, it’s…

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Haiku #190

Hit 600 home Runs? Create new workflows? But What else have you done?   This is bound to stir up a hornet’s nest of controversy, but here it is: the author of today’s haiku does not believe that Jim Thome should be in the Baseball Hall of Fame.   There, he said it.   Now,…

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Haiku #189

Eye of newt and toe Of frog. Or just use CS Trusted computer.   Yesterday afternoon, while waiting for a meeting to start, the author of today’s haiku found himself browsing through an online copy of the Malleus Maleficarum (The Hammer of Witches). If you aren’t familiar with the Malleus Maleficarum, it’s a treatise written…

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Haiku #188

Test certificate: Do not try this at home. Try Something else instead.   The author of today’s haiku has always had an affinity for product disclaimers, those little warning labels that tell you why you should never, ever use whatever it is you just bought. Car makers – and car company commercials – are notorious…

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Haiku #187

You can come in and So can you. But no, not you. Client version rules.   Well, it’s Monday, and the author of today’s haiku is home at last. OK, actually he got home late Saturday afternoon, but he never truly felt at home: after all, both Saturday and Sunday the sun was shining and…

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Haiku #186

Don’t play with matches. Oh, and don’t use CS Voice Configuration.   As it turns out, today is definitely not a good day for the author of today’s haiku. (Would it qualify as a horrible, terrible, no good, very bad day? It just might.)   So what’s so bad about today? Well, today is the…

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Haiku #185

I only have eye Lashes for you. And for you, Outbound translations.   If you’re like most people then each and every morning, as you climb into your car and prepare to go to work, you think, “You know, this car is pretty good: it runs well, I’ve never had any problems with it, and…

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Haiku #184

Bah-bah black sheep, have You a reason to run the ACP commands?   This past weekend was an exciting one for the author of today’s haiku: he attended the Soldier Hollow Sheepdog Championship. Why was that so exciting? Well, when it comes to spectator sports, the author of today’s haiku has always had two goals:…

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Haiku #183

We’re going down where? Couldn’t we just install a Database instead?   Well, we’re back for another edition of the Lync PowerShell haiku of the day. That might not seem all that momentous to you, but there were several times yesterday afternoon when the author of today’s haiku wasn’t totally sure he would be back…

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Lync Server PowerShell August 2011 Wrap-Up

  A long time ago, in a job far, far away, we used to send out a monthly newsletter to our subscribers that recapped what we’d done on our web site for the month and sometimes even provided a look ahead at what was coming. But, with progress comes change, and progress in this case…

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