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Tips for Transitioning from Skype for Business Hybrid to Pure Online

As Office 365 adoption grows, more Skype for Business (SfB) hybrid deployments are being transitioned to pure online after all of the users have been migrated to online. While some steps in this final transition process are well documented, such as the decommissioning of the SfB on-premises servers, other steps are poorly documented.

This post provides some details on one step of the transition to pure online that isn’t well documented: removing the SfB user attributes (e.g. msRTC*) in on-premises AD from users after hybrid mode has been changed to pure online. This post assumes that the hybrid environment has AD directory synchronization configured (e.g. on-prem AD was synchronized to . . . → Read More: Tips for Transitioning from Skype for Business Hybrid to Pure Online

Anatomy of a SIP Domain Change

Overview

Mergers, acquisitions, and branding initiatives usually necessitate a significant but poorly understood change to a Lync Server deployment: a change to the domain name used in the Lync user SIP address (the right-hand-side of the @ sign).

Making this change in a way that minimizes user disruption is a challenge. This blog post aims to provide additional insight and guidance on the user impact, the process to follow, and what changes are required to your infrastructure.

It was written for Lync Server 2010, but all of it should be applicable to Lync Server 2013 (as far as I know).

This post focuses on changing the SIP domain portion of . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a SIP Domain Change

Saving OCS User Settings Before a Lync Migration

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/