PowerShell para Surface Hub (v1)

Observação

Esta página inclui scripts do PowerShell destinados ao Surface Hub original (v1). Para os scripts de criação de conta mais recentes do Surface Hub 2S, consulte Create and test a device account.

Observação

Consulte também Scripts Modernos de Auth e Sem Supervisão no PowerShell V2 do Exchange Online

Pré-requisitos

Para executar esses scripts do PowerShell com êxito, você precisará instalar os pré-requisitos a seguir:

Scripts do PowerShell para administradores do Surface Hub

O que os scripts fazem?

  • Criam contas de dispositivo para configurações usando uma única floresta pura local (somente Microsoft Exchange e Skype 2013 e posterior) ou online (Microsoft Office 365), que estão configuradas corretamente para o Surface Hub.
  • Validam contas de dispositivo existentes para qualquer instalação (local ou on-line) para garantir a compatibilidade com o Surface Hub.
  • Fornecem um modelo de base para qualquer pessoa que desejar criar seus próprios scripts de criação ou validação de conta de dispositivo.

Do que você precisa para executar os scripts?

  • Acesso remoto do PowerShell ao domínio ou locatário da sua organização, servidores do Exchange e servidores do Skype for Business.
  • Credenciais de administrador do domínio ou locatário da sua organização, servidores do Exchange e servidores do Skype for Business.

Observação

Se você estiver criando uma nova conta ou modificando uma conta existente, o script de validação verificará se sua conta de dispositivo está configurada corretamente. Você deve sempre executar o script de validação antes de adicionar uma conta de dispositivo ao Surface Hub.

Executando os scripts

Os scripts de criação de conta irão:

  • Peça credenciais de administrador.
  • Crie contas de dispositivo em seu domínio/locatário.
  • Crie ou atribua uma política ActiveSync compatível com o Surface Hub às contas do dispositivo.
  • Definir vários atributos para as contas criadas no Exchange e no Skype for Business.
  • Atribuir licenças e permissões às contas criadas.

Estes são os atributos definidos pelos scripts:

Cmdlet Atributo Valor

Set-Mailbox

RoomMailboxPassword

Fornecido pelo usuário

EnableRoomMailboxAccount

True

Tipo

Sala

Set-CalendarProcessing

AutomateProcessing

AutoAccept

RemovePrivateProperty

False

DeleteSubject

False

DeleteComments

False

AddOrganizerToSubject

False

AddAdditionalResponse

True

AdditionalResponse

"Isso é uma sala do Surface Hub."

New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy

PasswordEnabled

False

AllowNonProvisionableDevices

True

Enable-CSMeetingRoom

RegistrarPool

Fornecido pelo usuário

SipAddress

Definir como o Nome Principal do Usuário (UPN) da conta de dispositivo

Set-MsolUserLicense (somente O365)

AddLicenses

Fornecido pelo usuário

Set-MsolUser (somente O365)

PasswordNeverExpires

True

Set-AdUser (somente local)

Habilitado

True

Set-AdUser (somente local)

PasswordNeverExpires

True

Scripts de criação de conta

Esses scripts criarão uma conta de dispositivo para você. Você pode usar o Script de verificação da conta para verificar se ele foi executado corretamente.

Os scripts de criação de conta não podem modificar uma conta existente, mas podem ser usados para ajudar você a compreender quais cmdlets precisam ser executados para configurar a conta existente corretamente.

Criar uma conta local

# SHAccountCreateOnPrem.ps1

$Error.Clear()
$ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"
$status = @{}

# Cleans up set state such as remote powershell sessions
function Cleanup()
{
    if ($sessExchange)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessExchange
    }
    if ($sessCS)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessCS
    }
}

function PrintError($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor Red
}

function PrintSuccess($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor Green
}

function PrintAction($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -ForegroundColor Cyan
}


# Cleans up and prints an error message
function CleanupAndFail($strMsg)
{
    if ($strMsg)
    {
        PrintError($strMsg);
    }
    Cleanup
    exit 1
}

# Exits if there is an error set and prints the given message
function ExitIfError($strMsg)
{
    if ($Error)
    {
        CleanupAndFail($strMsg);
    }
}

## Collect account data ##
$credNewAccount = (Get-Credential -Message "Enter the desired UPN and password for this new account")
$strUpn = $credNewAccount.UserName
$strDisplayName = Read-Host "Please enter the display name you would like to use for $strUpn"
if (!$credNewAccount -Or [System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strDisplayName) -Or [System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($credNewAccount.UserName) -Or $credNewAccount.Password.Length -le 0)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Please enter all of the requested data to continue."
    exit 1
}

## Sign in to remote powershell for exchange and lync online ##

$credExchange = $null
$credExchange=Get-Credential -Message "Enter credentials of an Exchange user with mailbox creation rights"
if (!$credExchange)
{
    CleanupAndFail("Valid credentials are required to create and prepare the account.");
}
$strExchangeServer = Read-Host "Please enter the FQDN of your exchange server (e.g. exch.contoso.com)"

# Lync info
$credLync = Get-Credential -Message "Enter credentials of a Skype for Business admin (or cancel if they are the same as Exchange)"
if (!$credLync)
{
    $credLync = $credExchange
}
$strLyncFQDN = Read-Host "Please enter the FQDN of your Lync server (e.g. lync.contoso.com) or enter to use [$strExchangeServer]"
if ([System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strLyncFQDN))
{
    $strLyncFQDN = $strExchangeServer
}


PrintAction "Connecting to remote sessions. This can occasionally take a while - please do not enter input..."
try
{
    $sessExchange = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName microsoft.exchange -Credential $credExchange -AllowRedirection -Authentication Kerberos -ConnectionUri "http://$strExchangeServer/powershell" -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail("Failed to connect to exchange. Please check your credentials and try again. If this continues to fail, you may not have permission for remote powershell - if not, please perform the setup manually. Error message: $_")
}
PrintSuccess "Connected to Remote Exchange Shell"

try
{
    $sessLync = New-PSSession -Credential $credLync -ConnectionURI "https://$strLyncFQDN/OcsPowershell" -AllowRedirection -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail("Failed to connect to Lync. Please check your credentials and try again. Error message: $_")
}
PrintSuccess "Connected to Lync Server Remote PowerShell"


Import-PSSession $sessExchange -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
Import-PSSession $sessLync -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue

## Create the Exchange mailbox ##
> [!Note]
> These exchange commandlets do not always throw their errors as exceptions

# Because Get-Mailbox will throw an error if the mailbox is not found
$Error.Clear()
PrintAction "Creating a new account..."
try
{
    $mailbox = $null
    $mailbox = (New-Mailbox -UserPrincipalName $credNewAccount.UserName -Alias $credNewAccount.UserName.substring(0,$credNewAccount.UserName.indexOf('@')) -room -Name $strDisplayName -RoomMailboxPassword $credNewAccount.Password -EnableRoomMailboxAccount $true)
} catch { }
ExitIfError "Failed to create a new mailbox on exchange.";
$status["Mailbox Setup"] = "Successfully created a mailbox for the new account"


$strEmail = $mailbox.WindowsEmailAddress
PrintSuccess "The following mailbox has been created for this room: $strEmail"

## Create or retrieve a policy that will be applied to surface hub devices ##
# The policy disables requiring a device password so that the SurfaceHub does not need to be lockable to use Active Sync
$strPolicy = Read-Host 'Please enter the name for a new Surface Hub ActiveSync policy that will be created and applied to this account.
We will configure that policy to be compatible with Surface Hub devices.
If this script has been used before, please enter the name of the existing policy.'

$easpolicy = $null
try {
    $easpolicy = Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy $strPolicy
}
catch {}

if ($easpolicy)
{
    if (!$easpolicy.PasswordEnabled -and ($easpolicy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices -eq $null -or $easpolicy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices ))
    {
        PrintSuccess "An existing policy has been found and will be applied to this account."
    }
    else
    {
        PrintError "The policy you provided is incompatible with the surface hub."
        $easpolicy = $null
        $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account because the policy was invalid."
    }
}
else
{
    $Error.Clear()
    PrintAction "Creating policy..."
    $easpolicy = New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Name $strPolicy -PasswordEnabled $false -AllowNonProvisionableDevices $true
    if ($easpolicy)
    {
        PrintSuccess "A new device policy has been created; you can use this same policy for all future Surface Hub device accounts."
    }
    else
    {
        PrintError "Could not create $strPolicy"
    }
}

if ($easpolicy)
{
    # Convert mailbox to user type so we can apply the policy (necessary)
    # Sometimes it takes a while for this change to take affect so we have some nasty retry loops
    $Error.Clear();
    try
    {
        Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -Type Regular
    } catch {}
    if ($Error)
    {
        $Error.Clear()
        $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account."
    }
    else
    {
        # Loop until resource type goes away, up to 5 times
        for ($i = 0; $i -lt 5 -And (Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType; $i++)
        {
            Start-Sleep -s 5
        }
        # If the mailbox is still a Room we cannot apply the policy
        if (!((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType))
        {
            $Error.Clear()
            # Set policy for account
            Set-CASMailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy $strPolicy
            if (!$Error)
            {
                $status["ActiveSync Policy"] = "Successfully applied $strPolicy to the account"
            }
            else
            {
                $status["ActiveSync Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account."
            }
            $Error.Clear()

            # Convert back to room mailbox
            Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -Type Room
            # Loop until resource type goes back to room
            for ($i = 0; ($i -lt 5) -And ((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType -ne "Room"); $i++)
            {
                Start-Sleep -s 5
            }
            if ((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType -ne "Room")
            {
                # A failure to convert the mailbox back to a room is unfortunate but means the mailbox is unusable.
                $status["Mailbox Setup"] = "A mailbox was created but we could not set it to a room resource type."
            }
            else
            {
                try
                {
                    Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -RoomMailboxPassword $credNewAccount.Password -EnableRoomMailboxAccount $true
                } catch { }
                if ($Error)
                {
                    $status["Mailbox Setup"] = "A room mailbox was created but we could not set its password."
                }
                $Error.Clear()
            }

        }
    }
}
PrintSuccess "Account creation completed."

PrintAction "Setting calendar processing rules..."

$Error.Clear();
## Prepare the calendar for automatic meeting responses ##
try {
    Set-CalendarProcessing -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -AutomateProcessing AutoAccept
} catch { }
if ($Error)
{
    $status["Calendar Acceptance"] = "Failed to configure the account to automatically accept/decline meeting requests"
}
else
{
    $status["Calendar Acceptance"] = "Successfully configured the account to automatically accept/decline meeting requests"
}


$Error.Clear()
try {
    Set-CalendarProcessing -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -RemovePrivateProperty $false -AddOrganizerToSubject $false -AddAdditionalResponse $true -DeleteSubject $false -DeleteComments $false -AdditionalResponse "This is a Surface Hub room!"
} catch { }
if ($Error)
{
    $status["Calendar Response Configuration"] = "Failed to configure the account's response properties"
}
else
{
    $status["Calendar Response Configuration"] = "Successfully configured the account's response properties"
}

$Error.Clear()
## Configure the Account to not expire ##
PrintAction "Configuring password not to expire..."
Start-Sleep -s 20
try
{
    Set-AdUser $mailbox.UserPrincipalName -PasswordNeverExpires $true -Enabled $true
}
catch
{

}

if ($Error)
{
    $status["Password Expiration Policy"] = "Failed to set the password to never expire"
}
else
{
    $status["Password Expiration Policy"] = "Successfully set the password to never expire"
}

PrintSuccess "Completed Exchange configuration"

## Setup Skype for Business. This is somewhat optional and if it fails we SfbEnable can be used later ##
PrintAction "Configuring account for Skype for Business."

# Getting registrar pool
$strRegPool = $strLyncFQDN
$Error.Clear()
$strRegPoolEntry = Read-Host "Enter a Skype for Business Registrar Pool, or leave blank to use [$strRegPool]"
if (![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strRegPoolEntry))
{
    $strRegPool = $strRegPoolEntry
}

# Try to SfB-enable the account. Note that it may not work right away as the account needs to propagate to active directory
PrintAction "Enabling Skype for Business..."
Start-Sleep -s 10
$Error.Clear()
try {
    Enable-CsMeetingRoom -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -RegistrarPool $strRegPool -SipAddressType EmailAddress
}
catch { }

if ($Error)
{
    $status["Skype for Business Account Setup"] = "Failed to setup the Skype for Business meeting room - you can run EnableSfb.ps1 to try again."
    $Error.Clear();
}
else
{
    $status["Skype for Business Account Setup"] = "Successfully enabled account as a Skype for Business meeting room"
}

Write-Host

## Cleanup and print results ##
Cleanup
$strDisplay = $mailbox.DisplayName
$strUsr = $credNewAccount.UserName
PrintAction "Summary for creation of $strUsr ($strDisplay)"
if ($status.Count -gt 0)
{
    ForEach($k in $status.Keys)
    {
        $v = $status[$k]
        $color = "yellow"
        if ($v[0] -eq "S") { $color = "green" }
        elseif ($v[0] -eq "F")
        {
            $color = "red"
            $v += " Go to https://aka.ms/shubtshoot"
        }

        Write-Host -NoNewline $k -ForegroundColor $color
        Write-Host -NoNewline ": "
        Write-Host $v
    }
}
else
{
    PrintError "The account could not be created"
}

Criar uma conta de dispositivo usando o Office 365

Cria uma conta conforme descrito em Criar uma conta de dispositivo usando o Office 365.

# SHAccountCreateO365.ps1

$Error.Clear()
$ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"
$status = @{}

# Cleans up set state such as remote powershell sessions
function Cleanup()
{
    if ($sessExchange)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessExchange
    }
    if ($sessCS)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessCS
    }
}

function PrintError($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor Red
}

function PrintSuccess($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor Green
}

function PrintAction($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -ForegroundColor Cyan
}


# Cleans up and prints an error message
function CleanupAndFail($strMsg)
{
    if ($strMsg)
    {
        PrintError($strMsg);
    }
    Cleanup
    exit 1
}

# Exits if there is an error set and prints the given message
function ExitIfError($strMsg)
{
    if ($Error)
    {
        CleanupAndFail($strMsg);
    }
}


## Check dependencies ##
try {
    Import-Module SkypeOnlineConnector
    Import-Module MSOnline
}
catch
{
    PrintError "Some dependencies are missing"
    PrintError "Please install the Windows PowerShell Module for Lync Online. For more information go to https://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=39366"
    PrintError "Please install the Azure Active Directory module for PowerShell from https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=236297"
    CleanupAndFail
}



## Collect account data ##
$credNewAccount = (Get-Credential -Message "Enter the desired UPN and password for this new account")
$strUpn = $credNewAccount.UserName
$strDisplayName = Read-Host "Please enter the display name you would like to use for $strUpn"
if (!$credNewAccount -Or [System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strDisplayName) -Or [System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($credNewAccount.UserName) -Or $credNewAccount.Password.Length -le 0)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Please enter all of the requested data to continue."
    exit 1
}


## Sign in to remote powershell for exchange and lync online ##
$credAdmin = $null
$credAdmin=Get-Credential -Message "Enter credentials of an Exchange and Skype for Business admin"
if (!$credadmin)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Valid admin credentials are required to create and prepare the account."
}
PrintAction "Connecting to remote sessions. This can occasionally take a while - please do not enter input..."
try
{
    $sessExchange = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName microsoft.exchange -Credential $credAdmin -AllowRedirection -Authentication basic -ConnectionUri "https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/" -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail "Failed to connect to exchange. Please check your credentials and try again. Error message: $_"
}

try
{
    $sessCS = New-CsOnlineSession -Credential $credAdmin
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail "Failed to connect to Skype for Business Online Datacenter. Please check your credentials and try again. Error message: $_"
}

try
{
    Connect-MsolService -Credential $credAdmin
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail "Failed to connect to Azure Active Directory. Please check your credentials and try again. Error message: $_"
}

Import-PSSession $sessExchange -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
Import-PSSession $sessCS -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue

## Create the Exchange mailbox ##
> [!Note]
> These exchange commandlets do not always throw their errors as exceptions

# Because Get-Mailbox will throw an error if the mailbox is not found
$Error.Clear()
PrintAction "Creating a new account..."
try
{
    $mailbox = $null
    $mailbox = (New-Mailbox -MicrosoftOnlineServicesID $credNewAccount.UserName -room -Name $strDisplayName -RoomMailboxPassword $credNewAccount.Password -EnableRoomMailboxAccount $true)
} catch { }
ExitIfError "Failed to create a new mailbox on exchange.";
$status["Mailbox Setup"] = "Successfully created a mailbox for the new account"


$strEmail = $mailbox.WindowsEmailAddress
PrintSuccess "The following mailbox has been created for this room: $strEmail"


## Create or retrieve a policy that will be applied to surface hub devices ##
# The policy disables requiring a device password so that the SurfaceHub does not need to be lockable to use Active Sync
$strPolicy = Read-Host 'Please enter the name for a new Surface Hub ActiveSync policy that will be created and applied to this account.
We will configure that policy to be compatible with Surface Hub devices.
If this script has been used before, please enter the name of the existing policy.'

$easpolicy = $null
try {
    $easpolicy = Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy $strPolicy
}
catch {}

if ($easpolicy)
{
    if (!$easpolicy.PasswordEnabled -and ($easpolicy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices -eq $null -or $easpolicy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices ))
    {
        PrintSuccess "An existing policy has been found and will be applied to this account."
    }
    else
    {
        PrintError "The policy you provided is incompatible with the surface hub."
        $easpolicy = $null
        $status["ActiveSync Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account because the policy was invalid."
    }
}
else
{
    $Error.Clear()
    PrintAction "Creating policy..."
    $easpolicy = New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Name $strPolicy -PasswordEnabled $false -AllowNonProvisionableDevices $true
    if ($easpolicy)
    {
        PrintSuccess "A new device policy has been created; you can use this same policy for all future Surface Hub device accounts."
    }
    else
    {
        PrintError "Could not create $strPolicy"
    }
}

if ($easpolicy)
{
    # Convert mailbox to user type so we can apply the policy (necessary)
    # Sometimes it takes a while for this change to take affect so we have some nasty retry loops
    $Error.Clear();
    try
    {
        Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -Type Regular
    } catch {}
    if ($Error)
    {
        $Error.Clear()
        $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account."
        PrintError "Failed to convert to regular account"
    }
    else
    {
        # Loop until resource type goes away, up to 5 times
        for ($i = 0; $i -lt 5 -And (Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType; $i++)
        {
            Start-Sleep -s 5
        }
        # If the mailbox is still a Room we cannot apply the policy
        if (!((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType))
        {
            $Error.Clear()
            # Set policy for account
            Set-CASMailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy $strPolicy
            if (!$Error)
            {
                $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Successfully applied $strPolicy to the account"
            }
            else
            {
                $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account."
                PrintError "Failed to apply policy"
            }
            $Error.Clear()

            # Convert back to room mailbox
            Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -Type Room
            # Loop until resource type goes back to room
            for ($i = 0; ($i -lt 5) -And ((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType -ne "Room"); $i++)
            {
                Start-Sleep -s 5
            }
            if ((Get-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName).ResourceType -ne "Room")
            {
                # A failure to convert the mailbox back to a room is unfortunate but means the mailbox is unusable.
                $status["Mailbox Setup"] = "A mailbox was created but we could not set it to a room resource type."
            }
            else
            {
                Set-Mailbox $credNewAccount.UserName -RoomMailboxPassword $credNewAccount.Password -EnableRoomMailboxAccount $true
                if ($Error)
                {
                    $status["Mailbox Setup"] = "A room mailbox was created but we could not set its password."
                }
                $Error.Clear()
            }

        }
    }
}
else
{
    $status["Device Password Policy"] = "Failed to apply the EAS policy to the account."
    PrintError "Failed to obtain policy"
}
PrintSuccess "Account creation completed."

PrintAction "Setting calendar processing rules..."

$Error.Clear();
## Prepare the calendar for automatic meeting responses ##
try {
    Set-CalendarProcessing -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -AutomateProcessing AutoAccept
} catch { }
if ($Error)
{
    $status["Calendar Acceptance"] = "Failed to configure the account to automatically accept/decline meeting requests"
}
else
{
    $status["Calendar Acceptance"] = "Successfully configured the account to automatically accept/decline meeting requests"
}


$Error.Clear()
try {
    Set-CalendarProcessing -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -RemovePrivateProperty $false -AddOrganizerToSubject $false -AddAdditionalResponse $true -DeleteSubject $false -DeleteComments $false -AdditionalResponse "This is a Surface Hub room!"
} catch { }
if ($Error)
{
    $status["Calendar Response Configuration"] = "Failed to configure the account's response properties"
}
else
{
    $status["Calendar Response Configuration"] = "Successfully configured the account's response properties"
}

$Error.Clear()
## Configure the Account to not expire ##
PrintAction "Configuring password not to expire..."
try
{
    Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName $credNewAccount.UserName -PasswordNeverExpires $true
}
catch
{

}

if ($Error)
{
    $status["Password Expiration Policy"] = "Failed to set the password to never expire"
}
else
{
    $status["Password Expiration Policy"] = "Successfully set the password to never expire"
}

PrintSuccess "Completed Exchange configuration"

## Setup Skype for Business. This is somewhat optional and if it fails we SfbEnable can be used later ##
PrintAction "Configuring account for Skype for Business."

# Getting registrar pool
$strRegPool = $null
try {
    $strRegPool = (Get-CsTenant).TenantPoolExtension
}
catch {}
$Error.Clear()
if (![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strRegPool))
{
    $strRegPool = $strRegPool.Substring($strRegPool[0].IndexOf(':') + 1)
}
<#
$strRegPoolEntry = Read-Host "Enter a Skype for Business Registrar Pool, or leave blank to use [$strRegPool]"
if (![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strRegPoolEntry))
{
    $strRegPool = $strRegPoolEntry
}
#>

# Try to SfB-enable the account. Note that it may not work right away as the account needs to propagate to active directory
PrintAction "Enabling Skype for Business on $strRegPool"
Start-Sleep -s 10
$Error.Clear()
try {
    Enable-CsMeetingRoom -Identity $credNewAccount.UserName -RegistrarPool $strRegPool -SipAddressType EmailAddress
}
catch { }

if ($Error)
{
    $status["Skype for Business Account Setup"] = "Failed to setup the Skype for Business meeting room - you can run EnableSfb.ps1 to try again."
    $Error.Clear();
}
else
{
    $status["Skype for Business Account Setup"] = "Successfully enabled account as a Skype for Business meeting room"
}

## Now we need to assign a Skype for Business license to the account ##
# Assign a license to thes
$countryCode = (Get-CsTenant).CountryAbbreviation
$loc = Read-Host "Please enter the usage location for this device account (where the account is being used). This is a 2-character code that is used to assign licenses (e.g. $countryCode)"
try {
    $Error.Clear()
    Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName $credNewAccount.UserName -UsageLocation $loc
}
catch{}
if ($Error)
{
    $status["Office 365 License"] = "Failed to assign an Office 365 license to the account"
    $Error.Clear()
}
else
{
    PrintAction "We found the following licenses available for your tenant:"
    $skus = (Get-MsolAccountSku | Where-Object { !$_.AccountSkuID.Contains("INTUNE"); })
    $i = 1
    $skus | % {
     Write-Host -NoNewline $i
     Write-Host -NoNewLine ": AccountSKUID: "
     Write-Host -NoNewLine $_.AccountSkuid
     Write-Host -NoNewLine " Active Units: "
     Write-Host -NoNewLine $_.ActiveUnits
     Write-Host -NoNewLine " Consumed Units: "
     Write-Host $_.ConsumedUnits
     $i++
    }
    $iLicenseIndex = 0;
    do
    {
        $iLicenseIndex = Read-Host 'Choose the number for the SKU you want to pick'
    } while ($iLicenseIndex -lt 1 -or $iLicenseIndex -gt $skus.Length)
    $strLicenses = $skus[$iLicenseIndex - 1].AccountSkuId

    if (![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strLicenses))
    {
        try
        {
            $Error.Clear()
            Set-MsolUserLicense -UserPrincipalName $credNewAccount.UserName -AddLicenses $strLicenses
        }
        catch
        {

        }
        if ($Error)
        {
            $Error.Clear()
            $status["Office 365 License"] = "Failed to add a license to the account. Make sure you have remaining licenses."
        }
        else
        {
            $status["Office 365 License"] = "Successfully added license to the account"
        }
    }
    else
    {
        $status["Office 365 License"] = "You opted not to install a license on this account"
    }
}


Write-Host

## Cleanup and print results ##
Cleanup
$strDisplay = $mailbox.DisplayName
$strUsr = $credNewAccount.UserName
PrintAction "Summary for creation of $strUsr ($strDisplay)"
if ($status.Count -gt 0)
{
    ForEach($k in $status.Keys)
    {
        $v = $status[$k]
        $color = "yellow"
        if ($v[0] -eq "S") { $color = "green" }
        elseif ($v[0] -eq "F")
        {
            $color = "red"
            $v += " Go to https://aka.ms/shubtshoot for help"
        }

        Write-Host -NoNewline $k -ForegroundColor $color
        Write-Host -NoNewline ": "
        Write-Host $v
    }
}
else
{
    PrintError "The account could not be created"
}

Script de verificação da conta

Esse script valida a conta de dispositivo criada anteriormente no Surface Hub e no Surface Hub 2S, independentemente do método usado para a criar. Esse script indica basicamente se a conta foi aprovada/reprovada. Se ocorrer um erro de teste, será exibida uma mensagem de erro detalhada. Se todos os testes forem aprovados, o resultado final será um relatório de resumo. Por exemplo, você pode ver:

15 tests executed
0 failures
2 warnings
15 passed

Detalhes de configurações específicas não serão mostrados.

# SHAccountValidate.ps1

$Error.Clear()
$ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"


# Cleans up set state such as remote powershell sessions
function Cleanup()
{
    if ($sessEx)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessEx
    }
    if ($sessSfb)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessSfb
    }
}

function PrintError($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor "red"
}

function PrintSuccess($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor "green"
}

function PrintAction($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -ForegroundColor Cyan
}


# Cleans up and prints an error message
function CleanupAndFail($strMsg)
{
    if ($strMsg)
    {
        PrintError($strMsg);
    }
    Cleanup
    exit 1
}

# Exits if there is an error set and prints the given message
function ExitIfError($strMsg)
{
    if ($Error)
    {
        CleanupAndFail($strMsg);
    }
}

$strUpn = Read-Host "What is the email address of the account you wish to validate?"
if (!$strUpn.Contains('@'))
{
    CleanupAndFail "$strUpn is not a valid email address"
}
$strExServer = Read-Host "What is your exchange server? (leave blank for online tenants)"
if ($strExServer.Equals(""))
{
    $fExIsOnline = $true
}
else
{
    $fExIsOnline = $false
}
$credEx = Get-Credential -Message "Please provide exchange user credentials"

$strRegistrarPool = Read-Host ("What is the Skype for Business registrar pool for $strUpn" + "? (leave blank for online tenants)")
$fSfbIsOnline = $strRegistrarPool.Equals("")

$fHasOnPrem = $true
if ($fSfbIsOnline -and $fExIsOnline)
{
    do
    {
        $strHasOnPrem = (Read-Host "Do you have an on-premises Active Directory (Y/N) (No if your domain services are hosted entirely online)").ToUpper()
    } while ($strHasOnPrem -ne "Y" -and $strHasOnPrem -ne "N")
    $fHasOnPrem = $strHasOnPrem.Equals("Y")
}

$fHasOnline = $false
if ($fSfbIsOnline -or $fExIsOnline)
{
    $fHasOnline = $true
}

if ($fSfbIsOnline)
{
    try {
        Import-Module SkypeOnlineConnector
    }
    catch
    {
        CleanupAndFail "To verify Skype for Business in online tenants you need the Lync Online Connector module from https://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=39366"
    }
}
else
{
    $credSfb = (Get-Credential -Message "Please enter Skype for Business admin credentials")
}

if ($fHasOnline)
{
    $credSfb = $credEx
    try {
        Import-Module MSOnline
    }
    catch
    {
        CleanupAndFail "To verify accounts in online tenants you need the Azure Active Directory module for PowerShell from https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=236297"
    }
}

PrintAction "Connecting to Exchange Powershell Session..."
[System.Management.Automation.Runspaces.AuthenticationMechanism] $authType = [System.Management.Automation.Runspaces.AuthenticationMechanism]::Kerberos
if ($fExIsOnline)
{
    $authType = [System.Management.Automation.Runspaces.AuthenticationMechanism]::Basic
}
try
{
    $sessEx = $null
    if ($fExIsOnline)
    {
        $sessEx = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName microsoft.exchange -Credential $credEx -AllowRedirection -Authentication $authType -ConnectionUri "https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/" -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
    }
    else
    {
        $sessEx = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName microsoft.exchange -Credential $credEx -AllowRedirection -Authentication $authType -ConnectionUri https://$strExServer/powershell -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
    }
}
catch
{
}

if (!$sessEx)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Connecting to Exchange Powershell failed, please validate your server is accessible and credentials are correct"
}

PrintSuccess "Connected to Exchange Powershell Session"

PrintAction "Connecting to Skype for Business Powershell Session..."

if ($fSfbIsOnline)
{
    $sessSfb = New-CsOnlineSession -Credential $credSfb
}
else
{
    $sessSfb = New-PSSession -Credential $credSfb -ConnectionURI "https://$strRegistrarPool/OcsPowershell" -AllowRedirection -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
}

if (!$sessSfb)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Connecting to Skype for Business Powershell failed, please validate your server is accessible and credentials are correct"
}

PrintSuccess "Connected to Skype for Business Powershell"

if ($fHasOnline)
{
    $credMsol = $null
    if ($fExIsOnline)
    {
        $credMsol = $credEx
    }
    elseif ($fSfbIsOnline)
    {
        $credMsol = $credSfb
    }
    else
    {
        CleanupAndFail "Internal error - could not determine MS Online credentials"
    }
    try
    {
        PrintAction "Connecting to Azure Active Directory Services..."
        Connect-MsolService -Credential $credMsol
        PrintSuccess "Connected to Azure Active Directory Services"
    }
    catch
    {
        # This really shouldn't happen unless there is a network error
        CleanupAndFail "Failed to connect to MSOnline"
    }
}


PrintAction "Importing remote sessions into the local session..."
try
{
    $importEx = Import-PSSession $sessEx -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -DisableNameChecking
    $importSfb = Import-PSSession $sessSfb -AllowClobber -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -DisableNameChecking
}
catch
{
}
if (!$importEx -or !$importSfb)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Import failed"
}
PrintSuccess "Import successful"


$mailbox = $null
try
{
    $mailbox = Get-Mailbox -Identity $strUpn
}
catch
{
}

if (!$mailbox)
{
    CleanupAndFail "Account exists check failed. Unable to find the mailbox for $strUpn - please make sure the Exchange account exists on $strExServer"
}

$exchange = $null
if (!$fExIsOnline)
{
    $exchange = Get-ExchangeServer
    if (!$exchange -or !$exchange.IsE14OrLater)
    {
        CleanupAndFail "A compatible exchange server version was not found. Please use at least exchange 2010."
    }
}


$strAlias = $mailbox.UserPrincipalName
$strDisplayName = $mailbox.DisplayName

$strLinkedAccount = $strLinkedDomain = $strLinkedUser = $strLinkedServer = $null
$credLinkedDomain = $Null
if (!$fExIsOnline -and ![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($mailbox.LinkedMasterAccount) -and !$mailbox.LinkedMasterAccount.EndsWith("\SELF"))
{
    $strLinkedAccount = $mailbox.LinkedMasterAccount
    $strLinkedDomain = $strLinkedAccount.substring(0,$strLinkedAccount.IndexOf('\'))
    $strLinkedUser = $strLinkedAccount.substring($strLinkedAccount.IndexOf('\') + 1)
    $strLinkedServer = Read-Host "What is the domain controller for the $strLinkedDomain"
    $credLinkedDomain = (Get-Credential -Message "Please provide credentials for $strLinkedDomain")
}







Write-Host
Write-Host
Write-Host
PrintAction "Performing verification checks on $strDisplayName..."
$Global:iTotalFailures = 0
$global:iTotalWarnings = 0
$Global:iTotalPasses = 0

function Validate()
{
    Param(
        [string]$Test,
        [bool]  $Condition,
        [string]$FailureMsg,
        [switch]$WarningOnly
    )

    Write-Host -NoNewline -ForegroundColor White $Test.PadRight(100,'.')
    if ($Condition)
    {
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Passed"
        $global:iTotalPasses++
    }
    else
    {
        if ($WarningOnly)
        {
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow ("Warning: "+$FailureMsg)
            $global:iTotalWarnings++
        }
        else
        {
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red ("Failed: "+$FailureMsg)
            $global:iTotalFailures++
        }
    }
}

## Exchange ##

Validate -WarningOnly -Test "The mailbox $strUpn is enabled as a room account" -Condition ($mailbox.RoomMailboxAccountEnabled -eq $True) -FailureMsg "RoomMailboxEnabled - without a device account, the Surface Hub will not be able to use various key features."
$calendarProcessing = Get-CalendarProcessing -Identity $strUpn -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Validate -Test "The mailbox $strUpn is configured to accept meeting requests" -Condition ($calendarProcessing -ne $null -and $calendarProcessing.AutomateProcessing -eq 'AutoAccept') -FailureMsg "AutomateProcessing - the Surface Hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."
Validate -WarningOnly -Test "The mailbox $strUpn will not delete meeting comments" -Condition ($calendarProcessing -ne $null -and !$calendarProcessing.DeleteComments) -FailureMsg "DeleteComments - the Surface Hub may be missing some meeting information on the welcome screen and Skype."
Validate -WarningOnly -Test "The mailbox $strUpn keeps private meetings private" -Condition ($calendarProcessing -ne $null -and !$calendarProcessing.RemovePrivateProperty) -FailureMsg "RemovePrivateProperty - the Surface Hub will make show private meetings."
Validate -Test "The mailbox $strUpn keeps meeting subjects" -Condition ($calendarProcessing -ne $null -and !$calendarProcessing.DeleteSubject) -FailureMsg "DeleteSubject - the Surface Hub will not keep meeting subject information."
Validate -WarningOnly -Test "The mailbox $strUpn does not prepend meeting organizers to subjects" -Condition ($calendarProcessing -ne $null -and !$calendarProcessing.AddOrganizerToSubject) -FailureMsg "AddOrganizerToSubject - the Surface Hub will not display meeting subjects as intended."

if ($fExIsOnline)
{
    #No online specifics
}
else
{
    #No onprem specifics
}

#ActiveSync
$casMailbox = Get-Casmailbox $strUpn -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Validate -Test "The mailbox $strUpn has a mailbox policy" -Condition ($casMailbox -ne $null) -FailureMsg "PasswordEnabled - unable to find policy - the Surface Hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."
if ($casMailbox)
{
    $policy = $null
    if ($fExIsOnline -or $exchange.IsE15OrLater)
    {
        $strPolicy = $casMailbox.ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy
        $policy = Get-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Identity $strPolicy -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
        Validate -Test "The policy $strPolicy does not require a device password" -Condition ($policy.PasswordEnabled -ne $True) -FailureMsg "PasswordEnabled - policy requires a device password - the Surface Hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."
    }
    else
    {
        $strPolicy = $casMailbox.ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy
        $policy = Get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy -Identity $strPolicy -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
        Validate -Test "The policy $strPolicy does not require a device password" -Condition ($policy.PasswordEnabled -ne $True) -FailureMsg "PasswordEnabled - policy requires a device password - the Surface Hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."
    }

    if ($policy -ne $null)
    {
        Validate -Test "The policy $strPolicy allows non-provisionable devices" -Condition ($policy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices -eq $null -or $policy.AllowNonProvisionableDevices -eq $true) -FailureMsg "AllowNonProvisionableDevices - policy will not allow the SurfaceHub to sync"
    }

}


# Check the default access level
$orgSettings = Get-ActiveSyncOrganizationSettings
$strDefaultAccessLevel = $orgSettings.DefaultAccessLevel
Validate -Test "ActiveSync devices are allowed" -Condition ($strDefaultAccessLevel -eq 'Allow') -FailureMsg "DeviceType Windows Mail is accessible - devices are not allowed by default - the surface hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."

# Check if there exists a device access rule that bans the device type Windows Mail
$blockingRules = Get-ActiveSyncDeviceAccessRule | where {($_.AccessLevel -eq 'Block' -or $_.AccessLevel -eq 'Quarantine') -and $_.Characteristic -eq 'DeviceType'-and $_.QueryString -eq 'WindowsMail'}
Validate -Test "Windows mail devices are not blocked or quarantined" -Condition ($blockingRules -eq $null -or $blockingRules.Length -eq 0) -FailureMsg "DeviceType Windows Mail is accessible - devices are blocked or quarantined - the surface hub will not be able to send mail or sync its calendar."

## End Exchange ##



## SfB ##
$strLyncIdentity = $null
if ($fSfbIsOnline)
{
    $strLyncIdentity = $strUpn
}
else
{
    $strLyncIdentity = $strAlias
}

$lyncAccount = $null
try {
    $lyncAccount = Get-CsMeetingRoom -Identity $strLyncIdentity -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
} catch {
    try {
        $lyncAccount = Get-CsUser -Identity $strLyncIdentity -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    } catch { }
}
Validate -Test "There is a Lync or Skype for Business account for $strLyncIdentity" -Condition ($lyncAccount -ne $null -and $lyncAccount.Enabled) -FailureMsg "SfB Enabled - there is no Skype for Business account - meetings will not support Skype for Business"
if ($lyncAccount)
{
    Validate -Test "The meeting room has a SIP address" -Condition (![System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($lyncAccount.SipAddress)) -FailureMsg "SfB Enabled - there is no SIP Address - the device account cannot be used to sign into Skype for Business."
}
## End SFB ##


if ($fHasOnline)
{
    #License validation and password expiry
    $accountOnline = Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName $strUpn -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    Validate -Test "There is an online user account for $strUpn" -Condition ($accountOnline -ne $null) -FailureMsg "Could not find a Microsoft Online account for this user even though some services are online"
    if ($accountOnline)
    {
        Validate -Test "The password for $strUpn will not expire" -Condition ($accountOnline.PasswordNeverExpires -eq $True) -FailureMsg "PasswordNeverExpires - the admin will need to update the device account's password on the Surface Hub when it expires."
        if ($fIsSfbOnline -and !$fIsExOnline)
        {
            $strLicenseFailureMsg = "Has O365 license - The devices will not be able to use Skype for Business services."
        }
        elseif ($fIsExOnline -and !$fIsSfbOnline)
        {
            $strLicenseFailureMsg = "Has O365 license - The devices will not be able to use Exchange Online services."
        }
        else
        {
            $strLicenseFailureMsg = "Has O365 license - The devices will not be able to use Skype for Business or Exchange Online services."
        }
        Validate -Test "$strUpn is licensed" -Condition ($accountOnline.IsLicensed -eq $True) -FailureMsg $strLicenseFailureMsg

        Validate -Test "$strUpn is allowed to sign in" -Condition ($accountOnline.BlockCredential -ne $True) -FailureMsg "BlockCredential - This user is not allowed to sign in."
    }
}

#If there is an on-prem component, we can get the authoritative AD user from mailbox
if ($fHasOnPrem)
{
    $accountOnPrem = $null
    if ($strLinkedAccount)
    {
        $accountOnPrem = Get-AdUser $strLinkedUser -server $strLinkedServer -credential $credLinkedDomain -properties PasswordNeverExpires -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    }
    else
    {
        #AD User enabled validation
        $accountOnPrem = Get-AdUser $mailbox.UserPrincipalName -properties PasswordNeverExpires -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
    }
    $strOnPremUpn = $accountOnPrem.UserPrincipalName
    Validate -Test "There is a user account for $strOnPremUpn" -Condition ($accountOnprem -ne $null) -FailureMsg "Could not find an Active Directory account for this user"
    if ($accountOnPrem)
    {
        Validate -WarningOnly -Test "The password for $strOnPremUpn will not expire" -Condition ($accountOnprem.PasswordNeverExpires -eq $True) -FailureMsg "PasswordNeverExpires - the admin will need to update the device account's password on the Surface Hub when it expires."
        Validate -Test "$strOnPremUpn is enabled" -Condition $accountOnPrem.Enabled -FailureMsg "AccountEnabled - this device account will not sign in"
    }
}


$global:iTotalTests = ($global:iTotalFailures + $global:iTotalPasses + $global:iTotalWarnings)

Write-Host -NoNewline $global:iTotalTests "tests executed: "
Write-Host -NoNewline -ForegroundColor Red $Global:iTotalFailures "failures "
Write-Host -NoNewline -ForegroundColor Yellow $Global:iTotalWarnings "warnings "
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green $Global:iTotalPasses "passes "

Cleanup

Habilitar o Skype for Business

Esse script habilitará o Skype for Business em uma conta de dispositivo. Use-o somente se o Skype for Business não foi habilitado anteriormente durante a criação da conta.

## This script performs only the Enable for Skype for Business step on an account. It should only be run if this step failed in SHAccountCreate and the other steps have been completed ##
# EnableSfb.ps1

$Error.Clear()
$ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"

# Cleans up set state such as remote powershell sessions
function Cleanup()
{
    if ($sessCS)
    {
        Remove-PSSession $sessCS
    }
}

function PrintError($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor "red"
}

function PrintSuccess($strMsg)
{
    Write-Host $strMsg -foregroundcolor "green"
}

# Cleans up and prints an error message
function CleanupAndFail($strMsg)
{
    if ($strMsg)
    {
        PrintError($strMsg);
    }
    Cleanup
    exit 1
}

# Exits if there is an error set and prints the given message
function ExitIfError($strMsg)
{
    if ($Error)
    {
        CleanupAndFail($strMsg);
    }
}

## Check dependencies ##

$input = Read-Host "Is the account you wish to enable part of an online environment (enter O) or on-premises environment (enter P)"
if ($input -eq "P")
{
    $online = $false
}
elseif ($input -eq "O")
{
    $online = $true
}
else
{
    CleanupAndFail "Invalid selection"
}
if ($online)
{
    try {
        Import-Module SkypeOnlineConnector
    }
    catch
    {
        PrintError "Some dependencies are missing"
        PrintError "Please install the Windows PowerShell Module for Lync Online. For more information go to https://www.microsoft.com/download/details.aspx?id=39366"
        PrintError "Please install the Azure Active Directory module for PowerShell from https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?linkid=236297"
        CleanupAndFail
    }
}
else
{
    $strRegPool = Read-Host "Enter the FQDN of your Skype for Business Registrar Pool"
}


## Collect account data ##
Write-Host "-----------  Enter info for the account to enable  -----------." -foregroundcolor "magenta"
$strRoomUri=Read-Host 'Please enter the UPN of the account you are enabling (e.g. confroom@surfacehub.microsoft.com)'

if ([System.String]::IsNullOrEmpty($strRoomUri))
{
    CleanupAndFail "Please enter all of the requested data to continue."
    exit 1
}
Write-Host "--------------------------------------------------------------." -foregroundcolor "magenta"



## Sign in to remote powershell for exchange and lync online ##
Write-Host "`n------------------  Establishing connection  -----------------." -foregroundcolor "magenta"
$credAdmin=Get-Credential -Message "Enter credentials of a Skype for Business admin"
if (!$credadmin)
{
    CleanupAndFail("Valid admin credentials are required to create and prepare the account.");
}
Write-Host "Connecting to remote sessions. This can occasionally take a while - please do not enter input..."

try
{
    if ($online)
    {
        $sessCS = New-CsOnlineSession -Credential $credAdmin
    }
    else
    {
        $sessCS = New-PSSession -Credential $credAdmin -ConnectionURI "https://$strRegPool/OcsPowershell" -AllowRedirection -WarningAction SilentlyContinue
    }
}
catch
{
    CleanupAndFail("Failed to connect to Skype for Business server. Please check your credentials and try again. Error message: $_")
}

Import-PSSession $sessCS -AllowClobber


Write-Host "--------------------------------------------------------------." -foregroundcolor "magenta"

# Getting registrar pool
if ($online)
{
    try {
        $strRegPool = $null;
        $strRegPool = (Get-CsTenant).RegistrarPool
    } catch {}
    if ($Error)
    {
        $Error.Clear();
        $strRegPool = "";
        Write-Host "We failed to lookup your Skype for Business Registrar Pool, but you can still enter it manually"
    }
    else
    {
        $strRegPool = $strRegPool[0].Substring($strRegPool[0].IndexOf(':') + 1)
    }
}


$Error.Clear()
try {
    Enable-CsMeetingRoom -Identity $strRoomUri -RegistrarPool $strRegPool -SipAddressType EmailAddress
}
catch {}

ExitIfError("Failed to setup Skype for Business meeting room")

PrintSuccess "Successfully enabled $strRoomUri as a Skype for Business meeting room"

Cleanup

Cmdlets úteis

Criando uma política do ActiveSync compatível com o Surface Hub

Para que o Surface Hub use os serviços do Exchange, uma conta de dispositivo configurada com uma política do ActiveSync compatível deve ser provisionada no dispositivo. Essa política tem os seguintes requisitos:

PasswordEnabled == 0

Nos cmdlets a seguir, $strPolicy é o nome da política do ActiveSync, e $strRoomUpn é o UPN da conta do dispositivo que você deseja aplicar à política.

Observe que, para executar os cmdlets, você precisa configurar uma sessão remota do PowerShell e:

  • Sua conta de administrador deve ser habilitada para PowerShell remoto. Isso permite que o administrador use os cmdlets do PowerShell que são necessários para o script. (Essa permissão pode ser definida com set-user $admin -RemotePowerShellEnabled $true)
  • Sua conta de administrador deve ter a função "Redefinir senha" se você planeja executar scripts de criação. Isso permite que o administrador altere a senha da conta, o que é necessário para o script. A função de redefinição de senha pode ser habilitada usando o Exchange Admin Center.

Crie a política.

# Create new policy with PasswordEnabled == false
New-MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy -Name $strPolicy -PasswordEnabled $false –AllowNonProvisionableDevices $true

Para aplicar a política, a caixa de correio não pode ser um tipo de sala, pois ela precisa ser convertida em um usuário primeiro.

# Convert user to regular type
Set-Mailbox $strRoomUpn -Type Regular
# Set policy for account
Set-CASMailbox $strRoomUpn -ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy $strPolicy

Agora a conta de dispositivo só precisa ser convertida de volta em um tipo de sala.

# Convert back to room mailbox
Set-Mailbox $strRoomUpn -Type Room

Permitindo IDs de dispositivo para o ActiveSync

Para permitir uma conta $strRoomUpn, execute o seguinte comando:

Set-CASMailbox –Identity $strRoomUpn –ActiveSyncAllowedDeviceIDs “<ID>”

Para localizar a ID do dispositivo, execute:

Get-ActiveSyncDevice -Mailbox $strRoomUpn

Isso recupera as informações do dispositivo para cada dispositivo em que a conta foi provisionada, incluindo a propriedade DeviceId.

Aceitando e recusando solicitações de reunião automaticamente

Para que uma conta de dispositivo aceite ou recuse automaticamente solicitações de reunião com base na disponibilidade, o atributo AutomateProcessing deve ser definido como AutoAccept. Isso é recomendado para evitar reuniões sobrepostas.

Set-CalendarProcessing $strRoomUpn -AutomateProcessing AutoAccept

Aceitando solicitações de reunião externas

Para que uma conta de dispositivo aceite solicitações de reunião externas (uma solicitação de reunião de uma conta que não esteja no mesmo locatário/domínio), a conta de dispositivo deve ser definida para permitir o processamento de solicitações de reunião externas. Depois de definida, a conta de dispositivo aceitará ou recusará automaticamente solicitações de reunião de contas externas, bem como de contas locais.

Observação

Se o atributo AutomateProcessing não estiver definido como AutoAccept, a definição disso não terá efeito.

Set-CalendarProcessing $strRoomUpn -ProcessExternalMeetingMessages $true