A quick post in case you missed it, here is a a recap of a couple recent noteworthy Lync updates:
Microsoft Lync for Mac 2011 Update
Microsoft released an update for the MAC client which addresses the following issues:
Several issues with Cisco and Juniper VPN clients An issue that causes an Active Directory . . . → Read More: Recently Released Lync Updates
Recently posted InsideOCS.com
Saving OCS User Settings Before a Lync Migration > http://blog.insideocs.com/2012/04/19/saving-ocs-user-settings-before-a-lync-migration/
On-going user management in Lync typically involves changing, deleting, and reassigning existing Lync user policies to specific groups of users to expose or limit features for such things as Conferencing, External Access, and Client capabilities.
When reassigning Lync user policies, you will likely need to select a subset of Lync users based on their . . . → Read More: Tips for Managing Lync User Policies
On some Lync conferences, especially large ones, inevitably there are one or two participants who are having difficult joining the meeting.
In my experience, the issue is almost always client-side – either the pre-requisite software components are not installed, or there is a configuration issue with Lync client or the client machine. As a . . . → Read More: Lync Client-Side Meeting Readiness Tip