Use the following syntax example to activate a WorkGroupProxy Server.

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LCSCmd.exe /Server:<Server FQDN> /Role:WorkGroupProxy
/Action:Activate /Password:<Account Password>
[/User:<Account Name>] [/RefDomain:<Domain FQDN>]
[/PDCRequired[:{TRUE|FALSE}]] [/GlobalSettingsDC:<FQDN of a
global settings domain controller>] [/DC:<domain controller
FQDN>] [/GC:<Global Catalog FQDN>] [/Global:{Configuration
| System}] [/GroupDomain:<Group Domain FQDN>]
[/GroupDomainDC:<Group Domain domain controller FQDN>]
[/User:<Account Name>]  [/NoStart[:{TRUE|FALSE}]]
[/Force[:{TRUE|FALSE}]] [/L:<log file path>]

Such as:

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LCSCmd.exe / /Role:WorkGroupProxy
/Action:Activate /Password:My$tr0ngPwd


Parameter Description


Executes the action for the specified server FQDN.

/server - activates the local server.

/server:<remoteComputerFQDN> - activates a role on the remote computer.


Specifies the role of the server.


Takes a string that specifies the action name. Valid action names include CheckLCServerState, Activate, and Deactivate.


Specifies the service account password for the server.


Specifies the reference domain FQDN.


Specifies the service account name for the server. It defaults to RTCProxyService. If the specified user account does not exist, Office Communications Server 2007 R2 automatically creates the account.


Specifies the global setting location.


Specifies the FQDN of the domain where Office Communications Server universal groups are located.


Specifies whether to start the LC service on the server during activation.


Specifies whether to force task execution.


Specifies the log file path. If not specified, %TEMP%\<ActionName>[<Date>][<Time>].html is used. To disable logging, use a dash character (-) as the log file name.


Specifies whether the log file to be generated should be in XML format instead of HTML.


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