Powershell Script – Lync Dump Address Book From SQL Database

i have had lots of address book issues the last few days and put together this quickly (and i know there are cleaner ways of doing it!)   basically it probes the sql backend server dumps out what information the update-csuserdatabase populates from AD This for me anyway gave a stepping stone to figuring out…


Lync Patching Guide v1.1

just updated the guide to 1.1   i have added devices and clients in…..   hope it is useful for you!     Patching Document For Lync Infrastructure V1.1.pdf


Powershell Script – Cleaning up your hyper-v environment after a lab

so this is part 2 this will….   1. enumerate the VM’s on the system 2. turn them off 3. delete them 4. enumerate the virtual switches 5. delete them 6. delete the VM Storage Location (it will prompt you for the path) this should leave your system nice and ready for the next lab…


Powershell Script – Deploying Exported VM’s for training labs

In my previous job i had to deploy a lot of labs, and since i worked full time in there i didnt really both with beginning to automate the process, well i dont have the time anymore so i need to start 🙂 this is part 1 of the script which will deploy the lab…


powershell – checking exchange 2010 queues using WMI

just in case you are not allowed open remote powershell or something like that, here is a quick way to collect the information via WMI from a remote computer…     # Setting path to servers.txt file for input later on…$inputfilepath = $env:USERPROFILE + “\Desktop”$inputfilename = “servers.txt”$workingfile = $inputfilepath + “\” + $inputfilename #does the…


powershell – check your free disk space and warn below a threshold..

here is the basis of a script you can use to generate an alert using send-mailmessage or via ops manager or something! when disk space is below a certain threshold… enjoy!   $freespacethreshold = 17 # Setting path to servers.txt file for input later on…$inputfilepath = $env:USERPROFILE + “\Desktop”$inputfilename = “servers.txt”$workingfile = $inputfilepath + “\”…


Powershell – Export your print configuration from registry

I was asked to produce this script for follow up checking of driver versions later on or possible settings which can cause problems.   The idea would be that a master file is updated on a website and then we can reference this in the script to pull it down and process for the latest…