Lync Server PowerShell July 2011 Wrap-Up


Well, it’s now been a little over a year since we launched this blog on June 7, 2010. Since that time we’ve released the complete help for all 500+ cmdlets, conducted a PowerShell Challenge that lasted for 20 weeks, and – since November, when Lync Server 2010 was released – we’ve introduced you to a set of cmdlets each day through our daily haiku.


Oh, and we put a bunch of other stuff out on the blog, too.


But, as usual, everyone’s asking: That’s nice, but what have you done for me lately? Fortunately we actually have an answer for you. Here you go:


What the Lync Server PowerShell Blog Writers Have Done Lately


The Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide: PowerShell Supplement

The long-awaited Lync Server 2010 Administration Guide came out not too long ago. Unfortunately, it was a bit lacking in the area of PowerShell. So we’ve remedied that by providing you with a full set of categorized articles that provide the PowerShell commands for everything you’ll find in the Administration Guide.


Another 20 haikus

Here are the nouns for the cmdlets we covered this month:

·         CsServerApplication

·         CsDeviceUpdate

·         CsLisServiceProvider

·         CsNetworkConfiguration

·         CsKerberosAccountPassword

·         CsRgsHoursOfBusiness

·         CsNetworkSite

·         CsConferenceServer

·         CsAddressBookService

·         CsSetupPermission

·         CsManagementServer

·         CsHostingProvider

·         CsNetworkBandwidthPolicyProfile

·         CsFederatedPartner

·         CsAddressBookWebQuery

·         CsClientPolicyEntry

·         CsVoiceTestConfiguration

·         CsWebTrustedCACertificate

·         CsTrustedApplicationPoo

·         CsDiagnosticConfiguration


From the Community


Here are a couple things from other blogs we should mention that we think could be really helpful:


A Cheat Sheet for All the *{_(%#$] PowerShell Punctuation

Jes Schultz Borland (grrlgeek), LessThanDot blog

Nice reference for general PowerShell syntax.


A Quick Reference Card for Lync Server PowerShell

Curtis Johnstone,

This has been out for a while, but in case you haven’t seen it yet, you should take a look.



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