Get-UcTeamsDevice

Recently, we added a new cmdlet to the UC Lobby Teams PowerShell module. The Get-UcTeamsDevice cmdlet will use MS Graph to query all the Teams Devices registered in a M365 Tenant. Executing it without any parameters will return a table with a summary of all devices. This information is similar to what is shown in … Continue reading Get-UcTeamsDevice

UCLobby Teams 0.2.0

A new version is now available in PowerShell Gallery and here are the changes included: Get-UcTeamsVersion Added Computer parameter to get Teams version on a remote machine. Added Path parameter to specify a path that contains Teams log files. Get-UcTeamsDevice New cmdlet that gets Microsoft Teams Devices information using MS Graph API. Test-UcTeamsDevicesConditionalAccessPolicy New cmdlet … Continue reading UCLobby Teams 0.2.0

UCLobby Teams 0.1.3

A new version is now available in PowerShell Gallery and here are the changes included: Get-UcTeamVersion Fixed the issue where the version was only showing 4 digits.Added information for Ring, Environment, Region. Get-UcTeamUsersEmail New cmdlet that returns a list of users email address that are part of a Team Get-UcTeamsWithSingleOwner This function returns a list … Continue reading UCLobby Teams 0.1.3

Get-UcTeamsForest

Sometimes, we get asked which forest customers should use when moving a user to Microsoft Teams in the Move-CsUser. A quick way to check the forest is to open the following link in a browser: https://webdir.online.lync.com/AutoDiscover/AutoDiscoverservice.svc/root?originalDomain=uclobby.com In the response we can look at the redirect URL and look at the forest, in this case it … Continue reading Get-UcTeamsForest