This is one that I almost always have to lookup when writing PowerShell Scripts.
I ran into an issue today where I needed to uninstall the Service Manager Portal. If it’s just the Portal you need to uninstall run the following. There is a bunch more command line tricks, see http://blogs.technet.com/b/servicemanager/archive/2010/03/25/setup-command-line-trick.aspx.
Lync 2013 Cumulative Update 1 added a number of features, one of which is Group Call Pickup. This allows a user to pick up a call that was destined for another user. The most common use case for Group Call Pick is within teams or groups in an office environment that can hear a co-worker’s [...]
If you’ve ever observed the Lync client sign-in from NetMon or Wireshark you’ll know there is a lot happening when the Lync client connects. If you’ve ever looked at the client logs in Snooper you’ll know there is lots and lots happening when the Lync client connects. Understanding how a Lync client connects to a Front [...]
Project84 has been my blog for a long time and for a long time I’ve not really given it much attention. Going forward that is set to change, I’ve deleted the old content, slapped on a fresh coat of paint and I’m ready to start afresh. To be clear, dear reader, this blog is for [...]