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Script to find current Cumulative Updates on Lync servers in a deployment

A good script to find current Cumulative Updates on Lync servers in your Lync solution

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adhesive_bandage-512Recently I posted a blogpost on Finding the correct patch version of a Lync server. After writing the blogpost I realized that it would be very cool to automate this using PowerShell. The result is Get-CsInstalledLyncVersion.ps1 which is available to TechNet Gallery. This is a great tool to do an initial assesment of a Lync deployment where you get a good overview of installed servers and their current patch level.

Get-InstalledLyncVersion.ps1 script to check patch level on all Lync servers in an environment

  • .Notes
    • This script works for Lync Server 2010 and Lync Server 2013
    • Run Lync Management Shell in Administrative mode
    • Use the Function Get-RemoteProgram by Jaap Brasser, modified by MVP Jan Egil Ring
    • If you can not connect to a server make sure Remote Registry Service is running on the machine you are unable to reach
      • Port 139 and 445 needs to be open on the server you are…

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