One of the new features of Lync Server 2013 is the ability to leverage the Office Web App Server (OWAS) to have a better experience when presenting PowerPoint presentations and in particular embedding video within those presentations. Along with this comes some new requirements that you might not have considered before. Version of Internet Explorer.
Monthly Archives: August 2013
So in the midst of a deployment that is heavy into delegation and they are not yet ready to deploy Enterprise Voice so controlling delegation in the Lync Client isn’t an option right now. So that means it’s time to run off and use SEFAUtil for the task. There are plenty of articles out there
With Microsoft’s recent change to allow clustering support with Lync Server 2013 the question that everyone will be asking: should I deploy a SQL Mirror or a SQL Cluster. Although I say the answer to this question is “it depends”, I’ll try to explain why I think SQL Mirror should be and is the better SQL
Thanks to my fellow co-worker and dear Friend Acer for pointing this one out but Microsoft quietly updated the database support page. It now reads: Lync Server 2013 supports the user of either SQL mirroring or SQL clustering for each Lync Server database. You can easily set up SQL mirroring with the Topology Builder tool
So over the past year I have gotten all sorts of random requests to review books, blog posts and all sorts of random content. Typically I just ignore the requests and move on with my day but a couple weeks ago I said yes to reviewing “Getting Started with Microsoft Lync Server 2013” by Fabrizio