Curtis Johnstone, Lync Server MVP and author of the Inside OCS and Inside Lync blogs just published a PowerShell cheat sheet for Lync Server 2010. This cheat sheet contains a lot of information to help you get the most out of your Lync Server management experience by leveraging the Windows PowerShell support that is included with Lync Server 2010.
This cheat sheet includes commands and documentation to help you manage permissions, users, client policies, devices, address books, sites, pools, servers, computers, enterprise voice settings, and certificates more easily using PowerShell. It also includes a list of gotchas that you may encounter when working with Lync policy scopes and explains how to deal with those gotchas more easily.
You can find this cheat sheet in the PowerGUI.org library, or you can get to it directly via www.insidelync.com/PSCheatSheet. Download it today and keep it with you, either in your favorite PDF reader or hung in your cubicle – it should come in very handy.
This is our second PowerShell cheat sheet we have made available for free on PowerGUI.org. Last year we published a SharePoint 2010 PowerShell cheat sheet. If you have any suggestions on additional content that you would like added to either of these cheat sheets, or if there are other server products or platforms that you would like to see cheat sheets for in the future, please let me know in the comments and I’ll see what I can do.
2 thoughts on “PowerShell Cheat Sheet for Lync Server 2010”
Any results from your 32bit PS suuport?
I hear its not supported… but is it *possible* to remotely access a Lync 2010 server via 32bit Powershell 2.0 ??
I’m not set up to test this at all right now, but I believe you are correct, accessing 64-bit servers like Lync 2010 and Exchange 2010 from a 32-bit PowerShell session should work (but I also think you may be correct about it being unsupported).