Hello PowerShell.org community,
This is my first post here at PowerShell.org, and I have a goal of posting tips, tricks, articles, and solutions once a week. My first exposure to scripting was on my x486 computer. I would always create .bat files to launch my DOS based games from the root folder. I learned complex scripting through the use of VB Script, automating the roll out and updating of Windows 2000 desktops and servers. I quickly transitioned to PowerShell as my preferred scripting language upon its release. I use PowerShell on a daily basis to administer Windows Server, SQL Server, Exchange, Lync / Skype for Business, Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop, Office 365, and Dell Active Roles Server. I have very much enjoyed watching the progression and adoption of PowerShell as the default scripting language. I hope my posts will be useful to other administrators around the world.
Today’s post deals with automatically enabling and disabling users for Lync / Skype for Business. I kept the script examples simple so that they are easy to understand. If you would like a complex scenario tackled, simply comment on the blog and I will post the solution.
Head on over to PowerShellBlogger.com for a full breakdown of enabling and disabling Lync / Skype for Business users locally or remotely.