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Within each context there are a set of actions that can take place. For example, an action you might want to invoke against an Active Directory forest would be to check the state of all the Enterprise pools. (Enterprise pools will be discussed later in the section Preparing Enterprise Pools for Office Communications Server.) For that you'd use this command.
LCSCmd /forest /action:CheckAllPoolsState
This command passes two parameters to LCSCmd. The first is the context, in this case forest. The second is the action. To specify an action, you start with the /Action: parameter followed by the name of the action, in this case CheckAllPoolsState.
Most parameters are not case sensitive. This document uses mixed case for readability.
For details about actions for each context, see Task-Based Scenarios.