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Which Windows PowerShell command should you run next?
You are the Office 365 administrator for your company. The company uses Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft Lync Online. An employee named User1 has the user name, email address, and Lync address [email protected] The employee requests that you change only his Lync address to User1- [email protected] You start a Windows PowerShell session and run the following commands, providing your admin account credentials when prompted:  You need to complete the process of updating the employee’s Lync address without affecting any other addresses.



A. Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName $ID [email protected]{add = “$NewAddress”; remove = “$OldAddress”>
B. Set-Mailbox -Identity $ID [email protected]{add = “$NewAddress”; remove = “$Old Address”}
C. Set-Mailbox -Identity $ID -WindowsEmailAddress $NewAddress
D. Set-CsUser -Identity $ID [email protected]{add = M$NewAddress”; remove=”$OldAddress”>

This question is part of Examen 70-347 Enabling Office 365 Services
Asked by Ketata.ramy, Last updated: Jul 17, 2018

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N. Kingsley

N. KingsleyWriter, Columbus
Writer, Columbus

Answered on Jul 17, 2018

You need to run Set-CsUser -Identity $ID [email protected]{add = M$NewAddress; remove=$OldAddress>. This will help you navigate through the Microsoft PowerShell and figure out the process. It will enable you to successfully update the Lync address without significant problem. You will be able to update the address without meddling with or deleting other addresses.

This gives you higher control over the modification system, allowing you to manipulate data easily. Once you input the necessary commands, the relevant set of functions are prompted leading to the right data incorporation and successful client request completion. All you need to do is make sure you provide the right commands for the relevant functions.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Feb 08, 2017

Set-CsUser -Identity $ID [email protected]{add = M$NewAddress”; remove=”$OldAddress”>
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