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James Cussen vient de publier un article intéressant sur son nouvel outil: Lync Snom Configuration Manager


  • Create or Delete Client Policies.
  • View all PolicyEntry settings for each Client Policy within a Lync environment.
  • Add, Edit, Delete, and Delete All, CsClientPolicy PolicyEntry settings.
  • Click the "?" button to go directly to the Snom Wiki page for the selected setting or if no setting is selected go to the base Wiki page.
  • The script is code signed! (thanks to Digicert)
  • Export settings from a policy to file.
  • Import settings into the Snom Config Manager tool. This is useful for copying settings between policies, or just saving copies of settings. Note: You can also import Snom configuration files, however, this is not recommended (see the "What about...?" section for more details). 
  • Importing configuration files can be done by merging with current policy settings, or replacing any existing policies settings.
Application disponible ici: http://1drv.ms/1yPGt5O
James présente un excellent tutoriel sur son site: http://www.mylynclab.com/2014/07/lync-snom-configuration-manager.html
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