Paul vient de publier un interessant outil de management pour Lync sur le technet.
The Lync Control panel is great for general user management BUT..
it has limitations. Some of these I come across regularly are as follows:-
Lync User Manager offers a single window to take care of Lync and Unified Messaging Moves, Adds, Changes and Deletions. Add to that the ability to compare users side-by-side AND even match and save to "copy" another users policies.
3. Fill in your AD, Exchange and Lync Server connection details. Remote PS sessions will be fired off to these in the background.
4. Click and watch the status change from Not Connected to Connected as the different modules are loaded.
5. Once the connection is completed the User panes becomes active. This means we are ready to start managing our Lync users.
NOTE Currently, the AD user needs to already exist. I may include this in vNext based on demand.
1. To add a new Lync user, fill in the user name in the user name box (you could click to make sure the user doesn't exist).
2. Fill in the user details as you skip through the Personal Attributes, Common Attributes and UM Attributes.
3. Once completed, click to send the request to the servers. Wait a few seconds and click followed by to confirm that the user has been created as expected.
TIP You may have to wait a few seconds for the changes to reflect as they could take a few seconds to be committed.
You could also simply add or remove a Line URI to the Line URI and Private Line URI boxes followed by to commit.
Type in a PIN in the PIN box, check the Set PIN check box and click to commit the new PIN
Copy user is perhaps my favorite function. You can use copy both when adding new or when changing an existing user.
TIP If you intend to only delete UM, simply un-check the enabled Box and click . You will be prompted to confirm
V184.108.40.206 - First release
Only tested against Lync 2013
And of course, this tool can be run remotely (RSAT may be required in some scenarios)
Please let me know of any bugs as well as suggestions.