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The bare interface will indicate that the majority of normal user features are not available.
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An assumption could be made that the Additionally Point Bridge’s Keenan Crockett has a blog article covering how to create a single script for mass account creation and configuration.
Prior to signing in on a device the process can be tested with the same emulate cmdlet that was covered in the previous blog article on phone configuration.
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In Office Communications Server this experience was limited to using an executive-class CX700 (Tanjay) with a dedicated user account signed into the phone.
The biggest issue with the example process in the Tech Net documentation is that although the configuration of various custom (yet optional) polices is covered, there is minimal direction on how to actually assign these polices to the Common Area Phone contacts.
The benefit of defining specific policies allows for a more granular level of control of devices in different user or site populations.
The default Global policies contains Common Area Phone specific settings which will be applied to all devices signed-in using one of these accounts.
New-Cs Common Area Phone -Line Uri "tel: 13125557521" -Registrar Pool "lync.schertz.local" -OU "OU=Contacts, OU=JDS, DC=schertz, DC=local" -Description "Common Area Phone" -Display Name "Lobby Phone 1" -Display Number "(312) 555-7521" Once these three simple steps are completed then sign in to an Aries phone using the extension of the new common area contact.