Monthly Archives: July 2014

Generate a Simple Group Chat Report

I get all sorts of odd, and fun, requests. Recently, I was asked to provide a quick and dirty report on which users are configured for Group Chat and to list the rooms they can join. I really don’t want … Continue reading

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Changing the Lync Conference ID

I had an unusual request, earlier today. The user was worried that somebody was joining their Lync conferences, anonymously, and they wanted to change their conference ID. I have never done that before, but found out it is pretty easy … Continue reading

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Undoing RCC and Enterprise Voice Client Side Settings

Scenario: I use my Lync client to dial a call. It might be as an RCC client or an Enterprise Voice client. For example, I call my boss using RCC for a 1:1 meeting, but since I am never allowed … Continue reading

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Access is Denied During Lync Installation

I remember in my first Windows class, yes, it was Windows NT Server 3.5. My trainer said, multiple times, that every time you see “Access is Denied” it is a permissions issue. I took it with a grain of salt, … Continue reading

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Migration of Edge Server Environment Failure

I have done migrations several times in the past, and the final step of migrating the edge environment has never seemed too challenging. Microsoft has a nice TechNet article on this subject. It has a nice step-by-step process. There are … Continue reading

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