AudioCodes One Voice Operations Center (OVOC, also known as Element Management System and IP Phone Manager) is a web-based voice network management solution that combines management of voice network devices (Audiocodes IP Phones, Mediapacks, Mediants etc..) and quality of experience monitoring into a single, intuitive web-based application.
OVOC enables administrators to manage and to adopt a holistic approach to network lifecycle management by simplifying everyday tasks and assisting in troubleshooting all the way from detection to correction.
Mount the new iso image to VMWare (make sure you upload the iso to the data store).
Go with for example “putty” to your instance (default port 22):
Login with user acems and default password acems.
Promote yourself to root with:
Su - root
Default password for root = root.
Let’s mount the image in your linux shell. You can do this by typing:
Mount /dev/cdrom /mnt
The image is now mounted to the directory /mnt/
to start the upgrade.
Accept agreement to continue upgrading.
After the installer is finished you’ll need to reboot the server.
Microsoft has released an update for Microsoft Skype for Business 2016 client. The version number of this update is 16.0.4615.1000.
In addition to the release of the new client, this update fixes a list of issues.
Issues that the update fixes
This update fixes the following issues:
- KB 4051048 Invalid participant number is displayed in a warning message when you send an exceeding size meeting in Skype for Business 2016
- KB 4051049 No denied notification when waiting in the lobby to join in a meeting in Skype for Business 2016
- KB 4051050 Phone number instead of contact name is displayed for an Active Directory contact in Skype for Business 2016
- KB 4051051 Selection is moved to the bottom when using the Up Arrow key in conversation history in Skype for Business 2016
- KB 4051052 Can’t join a meeting through Lync Web App after the meeting can’t be joined from the Skype Meeting Add-in in Outlook
- KB 4051053 Anonymous meeting join fails if the meeting organizer is disabled for federation in Skype for Business 2016
Microsoft recently released the Powershell Cmdlets (still in beta), which gives you the opportunity to manage Microsoft Teams by Powershell.
To get started you wil first need to install the Microsoft Teams Powershell module. You can do this by using the following command:
Install-Module -Name MicrosoftTeams
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After installing the module we need to set up a connection to your Office 365 tenant, using the following command:
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When you are finished you can use the following command to shut down the connection:
In the next blog i will explain how to use the other commands to manage your Teams.
I don’t know if you ever used Microsoft Flow, but i use it mostly for getting notification abouts some important rss feeds. In this example i will use a Weather forecast flow.
Microsoft released a new connector to send notifications to Skype for Business, (according to the microsoft docs site, it’s still in preview) you can choose 2 options:
- Create an online meeting
- Send an instant message
Create an online meeting
When creating the trigger meeting you can enter sip addresses separated by semi-colun.
in the result after running the Flow you can see the meeting URL created. When using Phone dial-in, confence ID, dial-in number and directory url will also be created.
In my test scenario the meeting did not popped up at my Skype for Business Client, so you will need to create another event to send the urls to the users.
Send an instant message
If you choose the IM option you can send a IM message to a specific user
You now will be notified about the Weather forecast (see top bar subject).
Connections per account: 2
|API calls per connection
This security update resolves a vulnerability in Microsoft Office that could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Office file. To learn more about these vulnerability, see Microsoft Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures CVE-2017-11826.
- KB3213659 – Microsoft Office Online Server (download)
- KB4011231 – Microsoft Office Web Apps (download)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2