Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lync and Cisco Remote Call Control–Updated is a great document to follow. I have summarized the steps here. However, there is one big difference between these steps and the ones in the Cisco document. Step 4 is the big difference. What I found is that … Continue reading

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Setting Up PowerShell on Your Desktop to Support AD, Lync, and Exchange in the same Shell

You will find that there are many times you need to run PowerShell scripts or cmdlets from your desktop because you need a combination of modules or you have other needs. For example, for many of the scripts that I … Continue reading

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Lync 2010 Users Receive Certificate Expiration Warning

Symptom: Users may see (if they are paying close attention) a warning that their certificate will expire soon. The quick user will double-click the pop-up for the warning and will see a message like this one:   The Title is: … Continue reading

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