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Using Lync 2010 SDK with Powershell

Hallo zusammen,

Ich habe ein bisschen mit Powershell und dem Lync 2010 SDK herumgespielt. Damit kann man den Lync Client quasi fernsteuern. Das SDK benötigt aber einen gestarteten Lync Client. Eine übersicht über die verschiedenen Lync API's gibt der folgende Link http://www.codelync.com/an-overview-of-the-lync-apis/

#Importing SDK Dll
[string]$LyncModelDll = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Lync\SDK\Assemblies\Desktop\Microsoft.Lync.Model.dll"
Import-Module -Name $LyncModelDll

#Get Lync Client State
$objLyncClient = [Microsoft.Lync.Model.LyncClient]::GetClient()
Write-Host = "State: " $objLyncClient.State

# Sign Lync in to Lync Server 2010, if Lync is not already signed in to the server.
if ($objLyncClient.State -ne [Microsoft.Lync.Model.ClientState]::SignedIn)
{
    $objLyncClient.EndSignIn(
        $objLyncClient.BeginSignIn("a.bohren@icewolf.ch", $Null, $Null, $Null, $Null))
        #$objLyncClient.BeginSignIn("user@domain.tld", "Domain\Username", "Password", $null, $null))
}

#Sign Out
$objLyncClient.EndSignOut($objLyncClient.BeginSignOut($null,$null))


#Set to Busy
$self = $objLyncClient.Self
$availability = 6500
$contactInfo = new-object 'System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary[Microsoft.Lync.Model.PublishableContactInformationType, object]'
$contactInfo.Add([Microsoft.Lync.Model.PublishableContactInformationType]::Availability, $availability)
$ar = $self.BeginPublishContactInformation($contactInfo, $null, $null)
$self.EndPublishContactInformation($ar)

#Set to Free
$self = $objLyncClient.Self
$availability = 3500
$contactInfo = new-object 'System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary[Microsoft.Lync.Model.PublishableContactInformationType, object]'
$contactInfo.Add([Microsoft.Lync.Model.PublishableContactInformationType]::Availability, $availability)
$ar = $self.BeginPublishContactInformation($contactInfo, $null, $null)
$self.EndPublishContactInformation($ar)

Grüsse
Andres Bohren

Print | posted on Sunday, February 24, 2013 9:12 PM | Filed Under [ Powershell UM/Mobile ]

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