I'm writing a quick post after a discovery I made while trying to answer someone's question on my other post. What permissions do you need to manage Common Area Phones? You need RTCUniversalUserAdministrators membership if you want to manage them via normal Powershell (remote or local) or CsUserAdministrator if you want to manage them through a … Continue reading Are Common Area Phones ‘Devices’ or ‘Contacts’?
This post will be a quick guide on how to setup a TLS trunk between an Audiocodes SBC and Skype for Business. Since it is a quick guide it will not cover in detail all of the different available settings within an Audiocodes SBC or really explain what the settings I am changing actually do … Continue reading Using TLS with an Audiocodes SBC and Skype for Business
This post is an attempt to clear up some of the confusion regarding the difference between the RTC groups and the Cs groups (also known as the RBAC groups) within Skype for Business. These security group types vary in some important ways and have implications for how administrative privileges need to be setup. Thanks to … Continue reading RTC vs Cs Groups in Skype for Business (and some issues)
KEMP Technologies has been doing some pretty cool stuff as of late. Not only are they starting to publish code on GitHub, but they also recently released a Python SDK for deploying and administering some of their products. In this post I'll just run through the steps in getting setup to use the SDK and provide … Continue reading Exploring the New KEMP SDK