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Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013 Unleashed Second Edition by Randy Wintle, Alex Lewis, David Ross, Tom Pacyk

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Searching the Log Files

Since most cases will be covered by the default AlwaysOn scenario, administrators can begin troubleshooting by searching for a specific pool or user with the Search-CsLogging cmdlet.

For example, to search for a specific user’s traffic on a single pool during a known time frame, use this:

Search-CsClsLogging -Pools LYNCPOOL1.companyabc.com -Uri "tom@companyabc.com" -StartTime "12/9/2012 10:00AM" -EndTime "12/9/2012 1:00 PM" -MatchAll

By default, any parameter included in the search is considered an acceptable match. That is to say that the -MatchAny parameter is always assumed unless the administrator specifies -MatchAll within the search. The preceding example would have returned all traffic on LYNCPOOL1.companyabc.com ...

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