Category Archives: Lync

SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking A SIP trunk is an IP connection that establishes a SIP communications link between organization and an Internet telephony service provider (ITSP) beyond firewall. Typically, a SIP trunk is used to connect organization’s central site to an ITSP. … Continue reading

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Lync Server 2010 Voice Topology

Just come out with this diagram, kindly comment so I can enhance it If you need the visio file, kindly drop a message and email address so that I can send out.

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Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013 CHM file

Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Documentation Help File Download Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Help Download

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Assign Photo to Active Directory

AD Photo Edit is a great and user friendly software to upload photo into Active Directory. The thumbnailphoto attribute is used to store user photo which can be used for Outlook, Sharepoint and Lync The software can be downloaded the from … Continue reading

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Lync 2010 Self Study Guide: Videos and Webcasts

 Designing Lync Jump Start Designing Lync Jump Start (01): Overview of the Lync Server 2010 Design Process Designing Lync Jump Start (02a): Designing a Lync Server 2010 Topology | Part 1 Designing Lync Jump Start (02b): Designing a Lync Server … Continue reading

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Remove Lync configuration in Active Directory for new installation

Currently I have perform a corrupted Lync installation in one of my test lab. I shutdown the virtual machine and delete the vm. Start with a new vm and new Lync. But when come to topology builder publishing, I encounter … Continue reading

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Lync + AD on the same machine

Some people may want to minimize the resource by trying to make Lync and AD fall on the same machine. Well, there may be a way but it is strongly not recommended, there are 3 main reasons why it shouldn’t … Continue reading

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