Retrieve Lync Connection Information

Submitted by Tracy A. Cerise, University of Kentucky   This script pulls Microsoft Lync 2010 connection information, such as the number of connections per Front End Server and number of unique users, and either displays it to the console or writes it to a file, depending on the parameters you supply with the call.  …

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List the Users and Client Endpoint Versions Connected to a Registrar Pool: Remote Connection

Nick Smith and Scott Stubberfield have updated a previous script of theirs which lists all the users connected to a Registrar pool along with the client version of the endpoint they used to log on to the system. According to Nick, updates made since the time the previous script was published include the following:  …

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List the Users and Client Endpoint Versions Connected to a Registrar Pool: Direct Connection

Submitted by Scott Stubberfield and Nick Smith, Microsoft   Nick Smith and Scott Stubberfield have updated a previous script of theirs which lists all the users connected to a Registrar pool along with the client version of the endpoint they used to log on to the system. According to Nick, updates made since the time…

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How to Undo That Thing You Now Wish You Had Never Done in the First Place

Although we can’t guarantee this, we can pretty much guarantee this: once you’ve switched to Microsoft Lync Server 2010 you’ll never have nightmares again. Or, at the very least, you’ll never have nightmares about Microsoft Lync Server again. Ever.   Note. A strong statement? Perhaps. On the other hand, Sigmund Freud is universally acknowledged as…

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21 Myths, Legends, and Superstitions About Client Policies Debunked!

  The Internet is a truly wonderful technology for distributing information; unfortunately, it’s also a truly wonderful technology for distributing misinformation. What kind of misinformation are we talking about? Well, take the new client policies found in Microsoft Lync Server 2010, policies that largely replace the Group Policy settings used in Microsoft Office Communications Server…

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Collect Logs in Microsoft Lync

When we first started the Lync Server PowerShell blog, our plan was for the blog to provide people with all the cool insider information that they couldn’t get anywhere else. And that was a pretty good plan, except for one thing: we didn’t actually have any cool insider information. And so we started writing Lync…

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