Monthly Archives: October 2014

POODLE and the Impact on Lync–The Registry Settings

In case you haven’t heard from the many sources out there, not only does SSL 2.0 have multiple vulnerabilities, but SSL 3.0 is also vulnerable. For more information about POODLE and the impact on Lync, check Richard Brynteson’s blog here. … Continue reading

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OWAS Configuration and -CertificateName

I downloaded my certificate and was working on configuring an Office Web App Server 2013 Farm. As I was running the New-OfficeWebAppsFarm cmdlet, I received an error as I was using Subject Name of the certificate for the –CertificateName option … Continue reading

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What Computer is Being Used to Connect to Lync?

One of my users came to me complaining that he was logging out of his computer at the end of the day, but when he would come in the next day, he would often have emails showing that others were … Continue reading

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