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05/24/2012

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Mike,

Speaking of Live Monitoring....

I have checked out a few of your Blog posts involving LYNC.

We've been using LYNC (2010) for about 6 months now. I'm not the admin for LYNC or our UC in general but am the DBA. Our IT admin who does manage our UC has come to me a few times seeking SQL related assistance with LYNC. Do you know if there is a way to capture from LYNC the below :

Active/live/In use lines or trunks (as our IT Admin calls them)? The specific request is to find out how many trunks ( in our SIP ) are in active use. We can get completed call information, but nothing while the call is active/live/in use. Any recommendations or links that might provide some insight into getting active call info would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks

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