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Posted on 2013-06-10
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Is anyone aware of powershell script to run in Lync 2010 to set a default pin for all users profile? We are experiencing a lot of confusion because folks are using the conference lines without using a lync client or phone.
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get-csuser | set-csclientPIN | export-csv user.csv
or

get-csaduser | set-csclientPIN | export-csv user.csv

these two variations will get the users set a randomly generated PIN and then export the details to CSV

you can filter the first two "gets" to narrow down which users you get

you can add an additional switch onto set-csclientPIN to set to a specfic PIN

set-csclientPIN -PIN 123456

if you wanted to set different PIN for each users you would need to generate the data

a CSV file that has the users  SIP address and a PIN in there and then import in with a foreach loop to assign the PIN per user

if you want this i can post up some proper code
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