UCLobby Teams PowerShell Module

The module is available in the PowerShell Gallery:

PowerShell Gallery – UCLobbyTeams

Get-UcTeamsVersion

Syntax

Get-UcTeamsVersion
[<CommonParameters>]

Description
The Get-UcTeamsVersion returns the installed Microsoft Teams desktop version for each user profile.
For more information please check:
Teams: Check client version using PowerShell

Examples

Get-UcTeamsVersion

Get-UcM365TenantId

Syntax

Get-UcM365TenantId
-Domain
[<CommonParameters>]

Description

This function returns the Tenant ID associated with a domain that is part of a Microsoft 365 Tenant.

Examples

Get-UcM365TenantId -Domain uclobby.com

Get-UcM365Domains

Syntax

Get-UcM365Domains
-Domain
[<CommonParameters>]

Description

This function returns a list of domains that are associated and validated with a Microsoft 365 Tenant.

Examples

Get-UcM365Domains -Domain uclobby.com

Test-UcTeamsOnlyModeReadiness

Syntax

Test-UcTeamsOnlyModeReadiness
[-Domain]
[<CommonParameters>]

Description

If we specify the Domain the cmdlet will query all domains associated to the tenant that domain belongs and check one by one. The downside is that some domains might be disabled for sip.

If the Domain parameter is not specified, it will use the Get-CsSipDomain. This requires that you already connected using Microsoft Teams PowerShell module using Connect-MicrosoftTeams.

Examples

Test-UcTeamsOnlyModeReadiness

Test-UcTeamsOnlyModeReadiness -Domain uclobby.com

Get-UcArch

Syntax

Get-UcArch
-FilePath
[<CommonParameters>]

Description

Based on PowerShell script Get-ExecutableType.ps1 by David Wyatt that was originally posted in:

Identify 16-bit, 32-bit and 64-bit executables with PowerShell
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Identify-16-bit-32-bit-and-522eae75

Examples

Get-UcArch -FilePath "C:\Windows\System32\notepad.exe"

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