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Lync Web App and Google Chrome

There was a recent update to Lync Server 2013 (including Lync Server 2013 as found in Office 365) that included a new error page for Chrome users. It appears that Google dropped support for some older APIs that have been … Continue reading

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Skype for Business

In case you missed the announcement, Lync is being rebranded. In the first half of 2015, Skype for Business will be released. An updated server component, new features for the on-premises, hybrid, and cloud versions will be released, and a … Continue reading

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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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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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Lync Server Issue – Certificate Status: Missing

Symptom: Yesterday, one of the Lync Front-End servers failed. Almost all of the Lync services were not running, and the services would not start manually. Reviewing the Event Logs, which is something that none of us do until we are … Continue reading

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Cleaning up Federation in Lync

I had a recent situation where I had to enable Federation for most of the company’s users because of an acquisition. It made perfect sense to enable Federation for them as they had the need to engage the newly acquired … Continue reading

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Custom Presence in Lync 2013–Where did my Custom Presence States Go After I Upgraded?

Consider this post a follow-up to my previous post a few years ago for Lync 2010. I have heard a few complaints lately about people losing their Custom Presence States when they upgrade the Lync 2010 client to the Lync … Continue reading

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