Chapter 12 User Administration

“The job would be easy if it weren’t for the users!” Or so the saying goes. This chapter is all about how Skype for Business handles users. There are simple elements, such as the ability to use Skype for Business Server Control Panel (SBSCP) and Skype for Business Server Management Shell (SBSMS, commonly known as PowerShell) to find, enable, disable, and generally manipulate users both individually and collectively. Then there are more complex elements, such as understanding how to set the wide variety of policies available. Lync Server 2010 changed this aspect dramatically compared with OCS 2007 R2, and Skype for Business continues this approach. The vast majority of policy is now set using in-band provisioning ...

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