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You can download the software from here.
The Microsoft Lync PowerShell Cheat Sheet is convenient quick reference card for PowerShell use with Lync Server 2010. It will help you get started, accomplish frequent management tasks, and provide tips for particular ‘gotchas’.
This is pure VBScript code, that also works when access to REGEDIT is denied by policy. Can be easily called from loginscripts. Not feature-complete (only strings and DWORDs) but works with most .REG files. Continue reading “Install a .REG file without using REGEDIT.EXE”
This script was designed to answer the ever duanting question of: “When did a user last logon?” Since the attribute does not replicate to other domain controllers you are required to get the information from all domain controllers connnected to the domain. It uses command line arguments to pass user name and domain to be searched. Continue reading “Active Directory User Last Logon (PS Script)”
Here’s a site with loads of info about Powershell and scripts.