So this is one of those posts that I’ve been meaning to write for some time but never got around to do doing it, however with Lync Server 2013 coming out I thought it would be a good time to review exactly how to estimate bandwidth usage between sites. Lync Server 2013 introduced some very
Category Archives: Lync Server 2013
So if you have visited the Lync Client page on TechNet you will see some new options and I think it’s a good to look at some of these options. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398996.aspx Of course there are the normal clients that we all know about. Lync 2013, Lync Web App and of course the new Lync Windows
So we have run into a rash of recent issues where users are comparing feature to feature of the phones from their legacy PBX to Lync and wondering where this feature or that feature went to. Anyone who uses Lync knows that the selling point of Lync is its easy to use, flexible infrastructure, easy
One of the great new features of Lync Server 2013 is the removal of SQL Clustering Support and the addition of SQL Mirroring Support. You might be asking yourself, a removal of a feature is a good thing? I believe so. Even with all of the advances of clustering configuration and setup I believe the
So one of the items that may make some people uncertain at first, is the fact that OCSLogger is missing from servers and it doesn’t sound like it’s coming back anytime soon. What replaces it now, is Centralized Logging Service (CLS). The major difference between CLS and the old method is that when you do
Lync 2010 introduced the concept of a backup registrar. In this scenario, within topology builder, you have the ability to define a backup register and publish that information into the topology. This was vital for not only the Survivable Branch Appliance but gave users the ability to fall into limited functionality mode in the client.
With all of the excitement today about the announcement of Office 2013 we also got the less splashy release of Lync Server 2013 and the inclusion of the Lync 2013 client in Office. So over the next two weeks we will deep dive through the Lync Server 2013 installation and anything else we happen to