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April 04
Using “?” Rather Than “Where-Object” in PowerShell Query

In a PowerShell (PS) query, "?" and "where-object" are aliases. The following is an example of how to use this in a PS command.


The following command will list the users who are not Exchange UM enabled when ran from a Lync / Skype for Business Management Shell:


Get-CsUser | ? {$_.ExUmEnabled -eq "False"} | select DisplayName, ExUmEnabled | sort-object DisplayName


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