Posts Tagged ‘Lync Server 2010’

Tweet UCS 5.0 delivers a wealth of new Lync related capabilities: Better Together-over-Ethernet (AKA BToE) Support for the Lync Software Updates Service (UCS 5 onwards updates can be pushed out via the Lync Server rather than a Polycom provisioning server) Lync Address Book Call Park Lync Status (Lync configuration information delivered via the handset) Boss/Admin […]

Friday, September 13th, 2013 at 22:52 | 0 comments
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Tweet OCS and Lync interoperability along with RMX is nothing new, in fact integration with OCS dates back as far as 2009. Nevertheless the RMX hasn’t (until now) reached the accolades of Microsoft qualification status. So what does qualification really mean? In some cases vendors go from zero interoperability/ functionality to qualified status overnight, obviously […]

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 at 15:22 | 2 comments
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Tweet The latest batch of Lync cumulative updates are detailed below, server-side updates can be deployed via the Cumulative Update installer (recommended) or manually (via this page). Updates will as always make their way to Microsoft Update. Some new features worth mentioning: The ability to switch user when Aries phones are configured as common area […]

Sunday, June 17th, 2012 at 19:02 | 2 comments
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Tweet Some time back I was asked to pull together a video presentation for a “Virtual” Microsoft event – 24hrs in a Private Cloud. The event began this morning and runs for…you guessed it 24hrs 🙂 Most of the content is Microsoft System Center 2012 orientated, but I thought I’d deliver an introduction to the various types of […]

Thursday, May 10th, 2012 at 15:50 | 4 comments
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Tweet Almost a year ago I wrote a post on the differences between Lync On-Premises and Lync Online, since then Lync Online has gone through a series of updates and I have become more aware of Lync Online for dedicated customers. Let me cover off some basics for those unaware: The Office 365 which can […]

Saturday, May 5th, 2012 at 15:27 | 8 comments
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Tweet Whilst this information is not new,  I thought it would be good to cover XMPP and PIC-based capabilities available within Lync 2010, as more often than not the different modalities are misunderstood. This was the case when I attended a customer meeting this week where I discussed the benefits of Federation within Lync, this […]

Sunday, March 11th, 2012 at 00:01 | 0 comments
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