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    Office Communications Server 2007 Document: Command-Line Reference Guide

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    This document describes the use of command line procedures to perform various tasks related to Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 deployment.
    • Version:

      1.1

      File Name:

      OCS_CommandLine.doc

      Date Published:

      2008-05-22

      File Size:

      1.1 MB

        This document describes the use of command-line procedures to perform various tasks related to Office Communications Server 2007 deployment. This document describes prerequisites for using the LCScmd.exe command-line tool and the following usage scenarios:

        • Preparing Active Directory® Domain Services for Office Communications Server 2007 deployment by extending the schema, creating the necessary objects, groups, and permissions.

        • Creating Enterprise pools.

        • Installing Office Communications Servers, which include Standard Edition Servers, Enterprise Edition Servers, Archiving and CDR Servers, Proxy Servers, and Edge Servers.

        • Activating Office Communications Servers.

        • Checking the status of Office Communications Servers.

        • Deactivating Office Communications Servers.

        • Performing XML-based logging.

        • Managing permissions.

        • Delegating domain authority.

    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 2000; Windows Vista; Windows XP


        • This download works with the following Office applications:
          • Microsoft Office Word 2007
          • Microsoft Office Word 2003
          • Microsoft Office Word 2002

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