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A Lync Administrator Access Refresher

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Much of what is in this post is already documented in various places, but I have had to search for it enough times to warrant a concise reference. Specifically this post summarizes:

What Built-In Lync Administrator Roles Exist? How do I Determine who has Lync Administrator Access? How do I Remove or Add a . . . → Read More: A Lync Administrator Access Refresher

Recently Released Lync Updates

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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

Microsoft Lync Server Top Solutions RSS Feed

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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 . . . → Read More: Microsoft Lync Server Top Solutions RSS Feed

Lync 2010 Mobility Service and Documentation Available

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Note – this blog post is being continually updated, so check back often.

The Server Pieces

Microsoft has released the server-side components and accompanying documentation to support the new Lync Mobile Clients that are coming out soon:

Server-side Components: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service and Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Autodiscover Service Documentation Download: Microsoft . . . → Read More: Lync 2010 Mobility Service and Documentation Available

The Remote UC Troubleshooting Tool (RUCT)

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March 2017 Update: there is a new update of this tool.  Find it here: http://www.insidelync.com/Tools/RUCTV3/RUCT.htm.

Two days ago I posted this on InsideOCS.com – but I wanted to get the word out to the Lync specific crowd since I have had some inquires.

I have spent a lot of time recently developing a free . . . → Read More: The Remote UC Troubleshooting Tool (RUCT)

Microsoft Lync 2010 Client Logging

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A quick post for a commonly needed reference. Others might find it useful.

Lync 2010 Client logging is turned on/off in the Options | General settings as shown below.

| | | | | | | | The Lync client needs to sign-out and sign-back-in for the settings to take effect.

The log . . . → Read More: Microsoft Lync 2010 Client Logging

July 2011 Updates for Lync 2010 (CU3)

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In lieu of the July updates appearing on Windows Update today, in case you missed it, a round of Lync server and clients updates were released at the end of July – collectively referred to as Cumulative Update Package 3 (CU3).

I have heard of several issues in the field recently that were addressed . . . → Read More: July 2011 Updates for Lync 2010 (CU3)

Microsoft Lync Remote PowerShell Administration

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One method of remotely administering a Lync deployment is through a remote PowerShell session. This is paticularly useful on a 32-bit O/S (yes, they still exist) where the 64-bit Lync Administration tools cannot be installed (see my previous post Lync and OCS Administration Tools for more information).

You can always use the Lync Server . . . → Read More: Remote Lync PowerShell Administration