Users or contacts are still homed on a pool that would be deleted

Error when Publish Topology after Migration to Lync 2013

Many of us saw the following error when we try to remove old Lync 2010 pool and publish topology after everything was migrated to Lync 2013:

Error: An error occurred: “System.InvalidOperationException” “Cannot publish topology changes. Users or contacts are still homed on a pool that would be deleted. Move or remove the users or contacts before continuing.”

You can spend time running different scripts to find missed objects or you could use this script that will help you to quickly find the objects in the old pool: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Users-or-contacts-are-0d89422b

Upload file in somewhere on your server and run:  .\FindObjectsInThePool.ps1 lyncpool2010.domain.local (your 2010 pool name)

Users or contacts are still homed on a pool that would be deleted

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