Sync pass completed with 11 contacts processed Number of separate AD partitions: 1 Number of valid contacts: 11 Number of empty contacts: 0 Number of invalid contacts: 0 Number of cached photos deleted: 0 Number of stale OC files deleted: 0 Number of OC full files written: 1 with 11 total contacts Number of OC delta files written: Number of OC bytes written: 10,072 compressed to 7,134 bytes on disk.Number of stale device files deleted: 0 Number of device full files written: 1 with 0 total contacts Number of device delta files written: 11 with a total of 0 new/updated contacts and 0 deleted contacts.

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To rebuild Lync’s copy of the AD data simply use the cmdlet.

Be aware that is stuff is more process intensive than the automatic delta synchronization.

It helps to write this down & keep it in mind during setup.

On the “Arrange Fields” screen, drag and drop your fields into rows & columns for an orderly view.

To trigger an immediate download two steps must be taken on the client workstation.

The first step only needs to be performed once per workstation, while the second would be done each time a forced update is desired.

Number of device bytes written: 1,657 compressed to 1,248 bytes on disk.

Just as Office Communicator has done since a later R2 hotfix, Lync also will not immediately download changes to the Address Book files when first launched, but instead wait for a random interval of time between 1 and 60 minutes.

If you aren’t sure of the URL, use the “Get-Cs Reporting Configuration” Powershell cmdlet to locate it. Once installed/active on the server, select “New Report” in the New Report or Dataset window. On the “Choose a Dataset” screen, select an existing dataset or create a new one. You’re looking for the SQL DB containing the monitoring data relevant to your goals. ) Our Monitoring Server has two data sources – CDRDB and QMSDB.

For the rest of these steps, I consulted the following posts (and encourage you to do the same): Lync 2013 – Creating Custom Lync Reports within Monitoring: Northern UC How to build a custom report for Lync/Skype for Business – Just a Lync Guy Do this via the report page’s URL, plus login & password. If you don’t see Report Builder on the toolbar, either: If you do need the Report Builder application, download it here: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Report Builder (Hopefully we’ll get a new version of this with SQL 2016.) Use your Monitoring Server Reports URL for its Report Server field.

Because Step #1 in the process happens by default every minute then any recent changes in AD should already be imported into the SQL database.