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Skype For Business Blocked Contacts Through PowerShell

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Kristopher Roy
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I had an interesting request. Output users within the company that are blocking other users within the company. I looked through PowerShell attributes and couldn't find anything, and then I posted on ExpertsExchange. I figured that since it follows the user it would be an attribute somewhere that I could pull. Has anyone seen or run into this before?

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Hi Kristopher.

 

I am pretty certain you cannot get this through PowerShell. I would expect, however, the information is in the RTCLOCAL database of the FE server. You should have a look at the tables in the database.

 

/Kenneth ML

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