In lieu of the July updates appearing on Windows Update today, in case you missed it, a round of Lync server and clients updates were released at the end of July – collectively referred to as Cumulative Update Package 3 (CU3).
I have heard of several issues in the field recently that were addressed . . . → Read More: July 2011 Updates for Lync 2010 (CU3)
One method of remotely administering a Lync deployment is through a remote PowerShell session. This is paticularly useful on a 32-bit O/S (yes, they still exist) where the 64-bit Lync Administration tools cannot be installed (see my previous post Lync and OCS Administration Tools for more information).
You can always use the Lync Server . . . → Read More: Remote Lync PowerShell Administration