Updating the lync 2016 address book

Options chosen while running in this mode are tailored to Skype for Business.Not specifying this option will cause a pop-up prompt when the script starts, allowing a user to choose the desired mode.

The -Download All option downloads ALL files needed for ALL options.NOTE: only options from the main menu can be specified. Additionally, log files generated by this script are located in a sub-folder of Target Folder called “logs”. If specified, will include Telnet automatically when prerequisites for Front End servers, Director servers, Mediation servers, Edge servers, and/or Persistent Chat servers are installed. Tells this script to not install or configure anything – just download the files.Options in sub-menus are not available with -Initial Menu Option. Target Folder does not support paths with spaces, but does support non-hidden UNC paths. This is useful if you’re going to be building servers that do not have Internet access and want to fetch the files beforehand.Therefore, I decided to test a manual assignment of the “Mail Recipient Creation” role to my test account by running the below command (New-Management Role Assignment): After logging into ECP with the Test User account, I could now create mail contacts.After opening EMS with Test User I could now view New-Mail Contact as an available cmdlet: This told me that somewhere in the RBAC framework, the Mail Recipient Creation role was missing as an assigned role for the default role groups.

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Tells this script to not install or configure anything – just download ALL of the files.

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