Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Cumulative Update List: December 2012

While ago we had to compile a list of the cumulative updates for Office Communications Server 2007 R2. If you are still on Office Communications Server 2007 R2 please consider an upgrade to, at least, Lync Server 2013: Migration from Office Communications Server 2007 R2 to Lync Server 2013 There isn’t a migration path from Office Communications Server… Read more

Skype for Business Server Component Version using Get-CsServerPatchVersion

The recent November 2015 Cumulative Update for Skype for Business Server 2015 added the Get-CsServerPatchVersion to the available PowerShell cmdlets. This new PowerShell cmdlet replaces the previous methods (Windows Registry and WMI Classes). To get the Skype4B Server Component Version: Skype for Business Server 2015 Component Version using PowerShell We need to make sure that… Read more

Lync/Skype4B: Windows Fabric version List

In a previous post related to checking the Lync/Skype4B Server component version, we forgot to mention about Windows Fabric: Lync Server Component Version using PowerShell (Windows Registry) Skype for Business Server 2015 Component Version using PowerShell When we published the Component Version PowerShell cmdlet for Lync Server 2010, we only included the Lync Server related… Read more

Skype for Business Server 2015 Cumulative Update List: May 2017

With the first release of an update for Skype for Business Server 2015, it is a good opportunity to publish a list of Cumulative Updates. We will try to keep it updated as soon as a new Cumulative Update is released. Like in the previous versions, this list will include the version for the Core… Read more

Skype for Business Server 2015 Component Version using PowerShell

First of all, welcome to the UC Lobby @ TechNet. As a first article, we decided to start with the new Skype for Business Server 2015 and how to check the components version using PowerShell. There are two methods: using Windows Registry or the WMI Classes. Both methods were previously published for Lync Server 2010… Read more

Lync Server Component Version using PowerShell (Windows Registry)

One of the first posts was about how to get Lync Server Component versions: Lync Server Component Version with PowerShell In that post, we used Get-WmiObject to query the server. Nevertheless, using that method can be slow, and for sometime it was the only one we knew. In the post Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog – Use… Read more

Lync Phone Edition Cumulative Update List: April 2017

Following my previous posts on the Cumulative update lists for Lync Server 2010 and 2013, it was also necessary to do the same for Lync Phone Edition. We can check the phone current version in Menu->System Information: To simplify, this post includes all Lync Phone Edition versions: Polycom CX500, Polycom CX600 and Polycom CX3000 Version Cumulative… Read more

Lync Server 2013 Cumulative Update List: March 2017

Since we already have a Lync Server 2010 Cumulative Update List it makes sense to have the same for Lync Server 2013. We can use the Cmdlets described in Lync Server Component Version to know which version is installed. After running Lync Server Update package, not all components will be updated to the latest version – this is a normal… Read more

Lync Server 2010 Cumulative Update List: April 2016

In a previous article we discussed how to check Lync Server Component Version. After checking the versions, a good thing is a table to verify what Cumulative Update were installed in the server. We can use the Lync Server Core Component as reference, since this component is always updated. When we update Lync Server, not all components… Read more

Lync Server Component Version using PowerShell (WMI Classes)

Every Lync Server administrator must have this Cmdlet, which shows each Lync Server 2010/2013 Component’s version: Get-WmiObject -class Win32_Product | where {$_.name -like “*Lync Server*”} | Sort-Object Name | Select Name, Version |ft -AutoSize The result will be like this: Or in Lync Server 2010: To save the result in a file just add “>>… Read more