Microsoft Premier Support for Lync Partners – PSLP

Microsoft Premiere Support for Lync Partners represents a change in the support model for Lync Enterprise Voice features. Registered partners are required to undergo additional training, certification and to have the necessary systems and processes in place to provide a “Premier” level of support to customers. Let’s be honest here, this is not a box …

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The Lync “To-Do” Checklist

This is a repost from Tim Harrington’s excellent Blog @ http://howdouc.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/lync-to-do-checklist.html I’ve added a couple of notes, enjoy 😉 Have you ever asked yourself…? I have published the Lync Topology, now what? When is it required to re-run Step 2 (Install role components from the Deployment Wizard) on my servers? Have any of the changes …

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Profiles for Lync – Manage Multiple Lync Profiles with Ease

For those of us developing and managing multiple Lync environments changing between various test profiles can become frustrating. I wanted to make this easier but it turns out I was beaten to the punch by Profile for Lync! “Profiles for Lync” is a small Windows application that manages, and allows you to switch between, multiple …

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Diagnose Lync and OCS connectivity with the RUCT Tool

The guys over at Inside OCS have released an updated version of their great RUCT tool. I highly recommend you head over and check it out! The new version now supports the Lync Mobile DNS records specifically: Lyncdiscover.<domain.com>   (both CNAME or A record) Lyncdiscoverinternal.<domain.com>  (both CNAME or A record)   The tool offers 4 primary …

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