Category Archives: Office Communications Server

Lync Server 2010, Group Chat

I swear, every time somebody talks about patching, I cringe. While I support patching, I also understand that there is risk associated with it. Last week, I patched my Group Chat servers. Life has sucked since then. Previous State: In … Continue reading

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msRTCSip-OptionFlags

I have written about this Active Directory property and how it can be used to identify the configuration of users for OCS 2007 R2. One of the keys is that if the number is an odd number, that means that … Continue reading

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Silverlight for Troubleshooting Missing Video Device in Lync? Whaaaaat?

OK, first off, I am almost sorry to see Silverlight going away. It is an interesting product, which brings me to this blog post. Today, I was working with a client trying to troubleshoot another video issue. As with a … Continue reading

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Identify Group Chat Users

It can be a pain to identify which users have been enabled for Group Chat rooms as there is no attribute in Active Directory that relates to Group Chat. Now, I suppose you could just go and visit each room … Continue reading

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Group Chat File Transfer Error

This is another situation impacted by certificates, and is often seen after the certificate has been changed or replaced on a Group Chat server because it expired or is about to expire. Basically, when somebody tries to send a file, … Continue reading

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Updating Office Communications Server 2007 Certificates–Alternate Method

There are several nice blogs out there on renewing certificates and even replacing certificates. In my most recent case, I had to replace certificates using another method because the issuing CA was being retired and a new issuing CA was … Continue reading

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msRTCSIP-OptionFlags Set to 2147483007

I just love my luck sometimes. So, I hear from one of my co-workers that some accounts have this really odd number for their msRTCSIP-OptionFlags attribute. He is very concerned about what this means. Research will take you down the … Continue reading

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