RBAC in Lync: Who can do What on Which Objects?

  I love Exchange, and I was pretty impressed when I was first introduced to Role Based Access Control in Exchange, since it finally made it possible for an administrator to delegate control as one would want to delegate control. With the release of Lync, it’s time to see how Lync embraces Role Based Access…

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Using Remote PowerShell to connect to Lync

It is possible to manage Lync remotely using the wonderful world of Remote Powershell. Here’s a short overview of using Remote PowerShell to connect to Lync. Prerequisites Your client machine from where you want to connect to Lync, must have: Windows PowerShell v2.0 NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 1 Windows Remote Management (WinRM) 2.0 Connecting…

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Join us and explore Microsoft Lync 2010 – The next generation of communications server

  Microsoft Lync Server 2010 ushers in a new connected user experience transforming every communication into an interaction that is more collaborative, engaging, and accessible from anywhere. Join Annelies Bulkens, Johan Delimon, and Dirk Gullentops at one of the roadshow locations and explore what’s new in Lync 2010. During this half day event we will…

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Creating a Response Group in Lync

It’s been a while since I have been able to blog…but now TechEd is done, and we have launched Lync here in Belgium, so time to blog what I have shown in Berlin for TechEd, and during the Launch. First thing I want to blog about, is the enhancements that have been done to the…

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