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Shell Commands to get data from Lync 2013 servers

Posted on 2015-02-11
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Dear All,

I need your help to provide me a powershell command which i can use in my Lync 2013 environment to get the following:


How many users are enabled

How many users enabled for Conferencing

How many users enabled for Enterprise voice


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Use the following commands...
Open the Lync Management Shell

Get List of all Lync Enabled Users
Get-CSuser | measure

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Get List of all Lync Enable Conferencing
get-csuser | ? {$_.ConferencingPolicy -ne $null} | measure

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Get List of all Lync Enabled Enterprise Voice
get-csuser | ? {$_.VoicePolicy -ne $null} | measure

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Will.
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