Posted: August 18, 2014 in Lync for Mac
When you try to search for a contact in Lync which is not in your contact list, the client would normally display all matching results from your company’s addressbook. However, sometimes this is not working as expected, and you might be wondering why it suddenly stopped.
The answer to this is a corrupt user profile on your Lync for Mac 2011 client. Read the rest of this entry »
After spending some time being frustrated over the repeated Event ID 32054 “Storage Service had an EWS Autodiscovery failure.” described in my previous blogpost “lync-server-2013-event-id-32054-ls-storage-service“, I finally came accross the solution for this problem.
Some of you might already know this, but I choose to post this anyway if, for some reason someone don’t. Read the rest of this entry »
In a scenario with Lync 2013 Standard Edition and Enterprise voice, I recently experienced problems with voice calls to PSTN users. All calls would connect normally and last for about 5 mins and 20 sec, and then it looked like the Lync client terminated the call normally(at least thats what the Monitoring reports told me). Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I came across a small problem when I tried to move Lync users between pools in different sites. The environment is Lync 2013 Enterprise Edition with full HA and HLB(Riverbed Stingray).
The Error was “Unable to connect to some of the servers in pool <name> due to a Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) error”.
All servers in the solution is Windows Server 2012/R2 running Lync 2013 Enterprise Edition.
Ben Lee posted an article abut the same error message in 2011, and the article is also valid for a Lync2013-only environment. The article can be found here.
PS: Make sure the HLB is configured correctly to handle all Lync traffic.
Great new update for the Lync for Mac client.
Check out this blogpost.
Includes new features for USB camera in Lync for Mac and enhanced 911 functionality.
I recently was made aware of a new “feature” in Lync 2013 which I was not aware of. This is regarding client authentication and remote access users.
There are three authentication methods on the security – registrar tab in Lync Server Control Panel:
The following TechNet article describes each of these http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg182601.aspx
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