If you are configuring the Federation, Remote Access, or Public IM (PIC) features for Lync users in a script (i.e. that is part of a nightly process), you might be confused by 3 potentially different methods of configuring these features:
1) Lync External Access Policies
Set with the New-CsExternalAccessPolicy cmdlet
2) Lync User Attributes
Available . . . → Read More: Configuring User Federation, Remote Access, and Public IM in Lync
TweetA quick post – the May 2011 udpate for the Lync client is available. It addresses 4 issues: 2551849 Lync 2010 still polls for the conversation history of a non-listed contact 2551847 Lync 2010 still polls for the voice mail of a non-listed contact 2551846 An update is available that adds npMeetingJoinPluginOC.dll and MeetingJoinAxOC.dll . . . → Read More: May 2011 Update for the Lync Client
Several people have inquired about this in the past.
Today, the Microsoft Lync team officially announced that both the Microsoft Lync Client and Server Updates are Available on Microsoft Update. They also acknowledged that this is the first time, which explains why the previous updates, such as January 2011, were not available.
The April updates . . . → Read More: Lync Updates Available on Microsoft Update
Posted on the Microsoft InsideOCS blog: