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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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PowerShell

For Lync, Microsoft has changed the way that Lync is administered. There is a new browser-based management interface called the Lync Server Control Panel (LCSP) that you can use for all your administration tasks. If you are an administrator type that prefers a command line–type interface, there is something for you, too. Microsoft has also included the Lync Server Management Shell. Both these administration tools have one big thing in common: They both run on PowerShell. This means that anything you can do from the browser-based LSCP, you can do from the command prompt.

There are more than 500 new Lync PowerShell cmdlets to enable users for Lync, set up SIP domains, set up routing, and a host of other tasks.

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