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Migrating your OCS Federated Partner Settings to Lync

Recently posted InsideOCS.com: Migrating your OCS Federated Partner Settings to Lync.

Microsoft Lync Server Top Solutions RSS Feed

I normally don’t re-post these types of updates, but in case you haven’t read NextHop in awhile, there is a great RSS feed you should follow for Lync – the Microsoft Lync Server Top Solutions RSS Feed.

As explained on this NextHop announcement this feed serves up the top Lync Server solutions that Microsoft engineers use to resolve their top customer support issues with Lync.

A quick look alerted me to a potential issue and associated hotfix involving the Public IM feature for Communicator 2007 R2 users logged on to a Lync 2010 Server: An update is available to clean up the bad state information of a user who uses . . . → Read More: Microsoft Lync Server Top Solutions RSS Feed

December 2011 Updates for Microsoft Lync Server

In mid-December 2011, Microsoft released an update for Lync Server 2010. This flew under the radar for many people, including myself, because the update is distributed under the same knowledge base article (KB 2493736) and download link as the previous November 2011 CU4 update.

This was done to ensure that a couple of post-CU4 updates made their way into the current Windows Update cycle instead of having to wait until next quarter. Note, this December update shouldn’t be confused with a small re-release of the November CU4 update that happened in early December (a missed standalone MSP was added).

The December 2011 update includes updates to the Front-End, Core Components, . . . → Read More: December 2011 Updates for Microsoft Lync Server