When a user attempts to login to they use DNS and SRV records to lookup their home server. They start by making three parallel requests for: _sipinternaltls._tcp.domain.com _sipinternal._tcp.domain.com _sip._tls.domain.com The first two are defined in your internal DNS with the last one being published externally. The clients use these SRV records to lookup the service (published via
Category Archives: Lync Server 2010
With Windows Server 2008 R2 + Windows 7 SP1 gives administrators all sorts of new opportunities to deploy virtualized workstations with a thin client. One of the things we have always had to try to figure out is what can do with USB devices. Although RemoteFX has some serious requirements on both the client and server hosting the
Microsoft has released the Microsoft Lync Client for Mac OSX to manufacturing (RTM) and is available to Volume Licensed users today (or soon will be) and widely available on October 1st, 2011. You can find some information about Lync on Microsoft’s website (http://www.microsoft.com/mac/enterprise/lync). Some of the key features that exist with the new Mac Lync client
When troubleshooting external address book download issues, sometimes you simply don’t get enough information. The Lync client itself simply says unable to download address book. Before we look at the problem, let’s look at a common setup of Lync. An external request to the address book is served from the Lync client to the external
Hello everyone – I’ve decided being here at TechEd I would do a better job of blogging and highlighting stuff that has come up in the past few months. We are several thousand phones deployed already and learned a ton of things so we should most likely be good and share back to the community.