Mastering Microsoft Lync Server 2010
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 maximizes communication capabilities in the workplace like no other Unified Communications (UC) solution. Written by experts who know Lync Server inside and out, this comprehensive guide shows you step by step how to administer the newest and most robust version of Lync Server. Along with clear and detailed instructions, learning is aided by exercise problems and real-world examples of established Lync Server environments. You'll gain the skills you need to effectively deploy Lync Server 2010 and be on your way to gaining all the benefits UC has to offer.
- Gets you up and running with Lync Serverwhether you are migrating from Office Communications Server or new to Lync Server.
- Walks you through all of the essential stages for deploying Lync Server
- Shows integration with Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server
- Demonstrates how to monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot problems more efficiently
Mastering Lync Server 2010 is a must-have resource for anyone looking to manage all the various forms of communication from one user interface.
Part 1 Fundamentals 1
Chapter 1 What's in Lync ? 3
Chapter 2 Standards and Protocols 31
Chapter 3 Security 61
Chapter 4 Clients 95
Part 2 Getting Lync Up and Running 125
Chapter 5 Planning Your Deployment 127
Chapter 6 Installation 169
Chapter 7 Migration and Upgrades 225
Part 3 Administration 265
Chapter 8 Introduction to PowerShell and the Lync Management Shell 267
Chapter 9 Role-Based Access Control 305
Chapter 10 User Administration 329
Chapter 11 Archiving and Monitoring 363
Chapter 12 Troubleshooting 395
Part 4 Voice 421
Chapter 13 Getting Started with Voice 423
Chapter 14 Call Admission Control 453
Chapter 15 E911 and Location Information Services (LIS) 493
Chapter 16 Extended Voice Functionality 511
Part 5 Integration 555
Chapter 17 Exchange, SharePoint, and Group Chat 557
Chapter 18 Third-Party Integration 597
Part 6 Mobile Devices 639
Chapter 19 Mobile Devices 641
Appendix A The Bottom Line 661
Appendix B Adoption 689
Keith Hanna, Microsoft Certified Master for Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS), is a Senior Consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services. He has been working with OCS and Lync since before they launched and has been involved with some of the world's largest deployments. He also develops content for the Microsoft Lync Ignite training series with Microsoft TechNet and has contributed to the Lync Resource Kit.
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