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Scripts Provided by Microsoft Microsoft provides four scripts to help the administrator perform certain steps described in the previous sections. Space not does permit a detailed description here, but it does offer a rough overview of how the scripts are used. lcsish.wsf lcsish.wsf has two uses. One is to generate a list of Exchange IM users in a specified Active Directory container. This script must be run from the command line with the following parameters: /eimdn and /genuserfile As the name indicates, this script goes to the specified Active Directory container and writes those users out to a specified file. The specified file is created in Unicode format. The output is written directly to the command console and you can redirect that to a file by using redirection. You can also use lcsish.wsf with these parameters: /userfile and /eimdn This initializes the file share and creates the user files, including permissions on the file so that only the user is able to open his or her own text file. lcsmon.wsf This script must be placed in the share created with lcsish.wsf and can only run from there. This script is used by every user, either by sending a link to the script or by using a login script. The script exports the user s contacts from the registry to the file created earlier for the user. It uses the user s login credentials to run the script and to validate the user against the Exchange IM server. If the user is not logged on to the domain, the script can be used with the /user switch with the user s name and FQDN, in the form user@fqdn. lcssipen.wsf The next script performs the steps to acquire a list of users to be enabled. It uses the /homeserverdn switch to determine which Enterprise Pool or Standard Edition Server should be used for the user, as well as a SIP mapping switch to determine and change the mapping of Exchange IM SIP domains to Live Communications Server SIP domains. If /force is not specified, the user will be skipped. The /onlysipenable switch can be used to only set the value in the msRTCSIP-UserEnabled attribute to TRUE. Another switch, /sipenable, is used to set the attribute msRTCSIP-UserEnabled to TRUE if provided, or FALSE if not. As with all the other scripts, everything is logged to the screen; to redirect the output, use the normal redirection option lcssipen.wsf param1 param2 paramx > logfile.txt. 189 Enterprise Implementation Lessons Learned

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