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Get list of past and future scheduled conferences in Lync

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hello All,

How can I get a list of all past and future scheduled conferences in Lync?   I would like it to show the date, time, all participants, owner/presenter, and maybe the Conf ID.    This will be to measure the loads and see who is all utilizing Lync.

We have a monitoring server but I don't see any way to drill down to see future scheduled conferences or who is all participating in them.

Seems like we did this before with maybe the resource kit.  Can't recall exactly if someone can give details.   This is fine.  Would be nicer though if we could quickly hit a report that auto-generates.

Thank you,

matt

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I am afraid that there is no such report that I know of in native Lync.  Even for existing reports, it is sometimes difficult to get the participant data to show.  Sometimes it is a GUID representing a dialin user or an attendee user.  These reports are quite cumbersome.

With that being said the resource kit allows some flexibility that may help but that requires work and development.
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Thank you for the feedback.  I was able to at least find a way to get details on all conferences for a user and specific conference details (members, time, leader, etc).  However, still not finding anything on viewing all scheduled appts for the day or the week etc.

Here's how to find some good info though.  Download Resource Kit and user snooper.  Follow instructions from this link:

http://howdouc.blogspot.com/2012/02/lync-snooper-more-than-just-log.html
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Yeah there is a stock report in the Monitoring Server's list of reports, but it isn't that great.  Thanks for the info I can already see some uses for it :-)
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