Lync RGS Holiday Set Editor
Lync Server Response Group Holiday Set Editor
GUI front-end in C# and WinForms to manipulate Lync Server RGS Holiday Set objects via PowerShell remoting.
Lync RGS Holiday Set Editor can be used to create new Holiday Sets and edit existing Holiday Sets for Lync Server Response Group Workflows using a graphical interface. The application uses Lync PowerShell Remoting via the “ocspowershell” Web Service on Lync Front Ends and can be run from any domain joined computer with .Net 3.5. The application requires local Administrator permissions to import the Lync cmdlets and authenticates with implicit credentials. The user running the application must be logged in with an account that has permission to run the following Lync cmdlets:
I’m offering this utility to the Lync community, but I do not assume any liability for it’s use. I have tested it extensively in several Lync environments but cannot guarantee it is bug free. Please let me know if you experience unexpected behavior.
* CAUTION: This utility will allow you to delete RGS Holiday Sets that are actively in use by a Workflow. The Remove command uses the -Force switch. Doing so does not break the workflow but will remove any holiday routing from the Workflow.
Lync RGS Holiday Set Editor Version History
- Removed “2010″ from the name, Holiday Set Editor works fine on Lync Server 2013
- New Holiday start time now defaults to 12:00am
- New Holiday end time now defaults to 11:59pm
- When changing the start date, the end date updates automatically when using the default start/end time (12:00am – 11:59pm)
1.0.4 – 10/19/2011 – Added support for international date/time formats. Thanks to Kay Morten for testing!
1.0.3 – 10/18/2011 – Initial release.
Uninstall Holiday Set Editor before upgrading to a newer version.
Download the ZIP file from the link below and unzip into a temp directory. Run Setup.exe and follow the install wizard prompts. The installer drops an application shortcut into the Start Menu under “Ronco Communications > Lync Holiday Set Editor”.