Microsoft has announced that Lync and Skype users now are able connect to each other from across the different platform. By taking a quick look, a few things that I think need to be noticed. The Lync-Skype Connectivity needs to be installed. You need to use the Microsoft live ID to login Skype. The Lync … Continue reading Lync-Skype Integration
I finally made Lync work in Ubuntu. Here is the steps:1) Install the SIPE plugin - 'sudo apt-get install pidgin-sipe'.2) Run 'NSS_SSL_CBC_RANDOM_IiV=0 pidgin &'.3) Add the Lync account, then enable it.
What follows is an alphabetical list of the 530-plus cmdlets that appear in Microsoft Lync Server 2010. Each cmdlet includes a brief description extracted from the Lync Server PowerShell help file. The full help for each cmdlet can be found by clicking on the appropriate link. Approve-CsDeviceUpdateRule Approves a device update rule that has been … Continue reading Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Cmdlet Descriptions
I have built up the Lync infrastructure in my sandbox environment, now I want to integrate it with my existing Exchange/Outlook in the production environment. The integration means: presence, online meeting, sharing of the calendar info between Exchange/Outlook and Lync. It turns out to be pretty easy, just simply make the two accounts have the … Continue reading Lync Integration With Exchange/Outlook from Another Domain
By default, the Audio/Video is enabled in Lync client. In some scenarios, you may want to disable them. There are two way to achieve this: The first solution is based on the user – control the user policy in the Lync control panel as following: The second solution is based on the computer – modify … Continue reading Disable Audio/Video Features in Lync Client