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Lync 2010: Enable a user account with powershell

In this post I will show you two easy Powershell commands to enable a single user account in Lync 2010. Before a user can log on to Lync Server, that user must meet two requirements: he or she must have a valid Active Directory account, and that account must be enabled for Lync Server. In Powershell you can use the Enable-CsUser cmdlet to accomplish this task.

Enable user for Lync 2010 with the user’s email address as SIP address:

Enable-CsUser ‘UserIDParameter’ -RegistrarPool ‘poolname’ -SipAddressType Emailaddress

Enable user for Lync 2010 using the user’s first name and last name:

Enable-CsUser ‘UserIDParameter’ -RegistrarPool ‘poolname’ -SipAddressType FirstLastName -Sipdomain ‘example.com’

Example:

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