Tired of looking at all those misspelled cmdlet and parameter names in Word.  Use this PowerShell script to add all the Lync cmdlets and parameters into your own custom dictionary.  Very useful for double checking that your cmdlets and parameters are spelled correctly.

UPDATE: (5/8/2012) Modified to include parameters.

Prerequisites: You will need to have the Lync Core Components installed.  Don’t forget to apply the latest updates as well.

#Title: Create-LyncCusomtDic.ps1
#
#Purpose: To parse all the Lync PowerShell cmdlets and parameters and add them to the Microsoft Word CUSTOM.DIC file.
#
#Author: Matt Wade
#
#Version: 2.0
#
#Date: 5/8/2012

Import-Module Lync #You will need to install the Lync Core Components to get this module.  Don't forget to apply the latest CU as well.
$commands = Get-Command -module lync
$mydict = get-content (((Get-Item Env:Appdata).Value) + "\Microsoft\UProof\CUSTOM.DIC")
$newdictentries = @()

foreach ($command in $commands)
{
    if ((($mydict -contains ($command.Name)) -eq $false) -and (($newdictentries -contains ($command.name)) -eq $false))
    {
        $newdictentries += ($command.Name)
    }
    if (($command.Parameters -ne $null) -and ($command.Parameters.Keys.Count) -gt 0)
    {
        foreach ($parameterkey in $command.Parameters.Keys)
        {
        if ((($mydict -contains $parameterkey) -eq $false) -and (($newdictentries -contains $parameterkey) -eq $false))
        {
            $newdictentries += $parameterkey
        }
        }
    }
}
if ($newdictentries.count -gt 0)
{
    $mydict += $newdictentries
    $mydict = $mydict |sort-object
    $mydict
    Copy-Item -Path (((Get-Item Env:Appdata).Value) + "\Microsoft\UProof\CUSTOM.DIC") -Destination (((Get-Item Env:Appdata).Value) + "\Microsoft\UProof\CUSTOM.BAK")
    $mydict | Out-File (((Get-Item Env:Appdata).Value) + "\Microsoft\UProof\CUSTOM.DIC")
}
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Small tool for OCS 2007 R2 and Lync Server 2010 which allows an administrator to import contacts into the database. Importers are included for AIM, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, and for generic text based lists. This tool is provided as-is and is not supported by Microsoft support.

Click here to download…

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To block file transfers through the Lync Access Edge service without affecting other Edge services follow these simple steps.

  1. Apply the Lync CU4 updates to your Lync servers.
  2. From the Lync Management Shell run the following command:
    New-CsImFilterConfiguration -Identity EdgePoolIdentity -BlockFileExtension $true -Action Block -Enabled $true

    EdgePoolIdentity is a placeholder for the identity of the Edge Server pool that is retruned by running the Get-CsService –EdgeServer command. You can also use the Edge Server pool instead of the identity. (IE: EdgeServer:EdgePool.aspoc.net) Repeat the command for each Edge Pool in your environment.

Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2621840

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If you are looking for a solution for streaming a video into your Lync online meeting and include the audio there is only one soultion I would recommend. 

For the sake of choice I have outlined a few options here and my pick…

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