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I'm looking for a way to modify the sip domain for several hundred users
AD Attribute = msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress

I have 2 test accounts ready to test against.
Test.LCS01
Test.LCS02

Does anyone have a script that I can edit?
I would like to target all the members of one group (this is how I did the bulk enabling for LCS; pulls user's primary SMTP and these user's don't have the standard company primary SMTP.)
Group Name:
CN=Bulk LCS Enabling

Thanks
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Question by:Admin_Stooge
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by:Subsun
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Do you mind a PowerShell solution with Quest AD cmdlets? If yes. Do you want the SIP address as same as the primary SMTP address of user?
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by:piyushranusri
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see this query
1. $sipimport = Import-Csv x:\Exchange\sip_addresses_for_contacts.csv
ForEach ($Contact in $sipimport)
{
 set-QADObject -identity $contact.Alias_Name -ObjectAttribute @{"msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress"=$contact.sip}
}
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2. http://www.powershellcommunity.org/Forums/tabid/54/aft/6913/Default.aspxGP and apply it.


please share the output
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by:Admin_Stooge
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@piyushranusri

The Link you posted is bad
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by:Subsun
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@Admin_Stooge, IF you are OK with PowerShell script can you answer my question?
Do you want the SIP address as same as the primary SMTP address of user?
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by:Admin_Stooge
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The primary address for these users are different than normal users.

our standard sip company should be @company.com
These users have their primary smtp as @companyA.com @ companyB.com so their SIP was stamped as @companyA.com or @companyB.com
We need to change their SIP to @company.com
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by:Subsun
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So do you have a list of this users and their SP address?  for example.. a .CSV in following format..
Name,Sip
User1,User1@companyB.com
User2,User2@companyA.com

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or is it OK If we set it to users sAMAccountName@company.com

I am asking this because, we need to provide some logic to script to get/generate the sip address for the user.
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by:Admin_Stooge
ID: 38787585
I have attached the file I have for the users that need to be changed.
Their new SIP domain needs to be @thermofisher.com
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I presume users are already enabled for Lync and you just want to change the sip address.
For example If user subsun have a sip address of SIP:subsun@companyB.com and the script will change the sip address to SIP:subsun@thermofisher.com

GC C:\userlist.txt | % {
$user = get-qaduser $_ -includedproperties "msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" | 
 Select sAMAccountName,msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
	If ($user){
	$NewSip = ($user."msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" -split "@" )[0] + "@thermofisher.com"
	 get-qaduser $user.sAMAccountName -includedproperties "msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" | 
	  set-qaduser -oa @{"msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress" = $NewSip}
	}
	Else {
	Write-Host "Not able to find User $($_) in Activedirectory"
	}
}

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Input file format.
Subsun
Admin
Stooge
HTom

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by:Admin_Stooge
ID: 38792928
Thanks and last question (dumb one) but how do I run this script?
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by:Subsun
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You can install Quest AD cmdlets on any computer which is connected to your domain, and run the script from ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory console..
Quest AD cmdlets : http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.aspx

Ref : Running Windows PowerShell Scripts
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee176949.aspx
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