Skype for Business Event ID 1034.

After migrating to Skype for Business and removing Lync 2010/2013 pools, you may encounter an event ID 1034 stating that the LS File Transfer Agent encountered an error while accessing a file share.

The file share referenced will be the share on the removed Lync 2010/2013 pool. If you run the command Get-CsCentralManagementStoreReplicationStatus -CentralManagementStoreStatus, you will se an entry of DeletedReplicas that states the server FQDN of your deleted Lync pool/server. If the server is deleted from the topology not to be used again, you can proceed with deleting the server from the XDS database.

 

The easiest way to accomplish this, is to make sure that all Lync server components are removed from the Lync server in question. Simply go ahead and remove the Lync components from the server using Add/Remove programs. Make sure to reboot the server after the removal of the Lync components. The error message in the event log should disappear after this operation.

If this is not successfull, you will have to remove the replica ID’s from the SQL database(XDS).

This procedure from the UC Lobby blog by David Paulino should do the trick.

Issuing certificates with longer validity

Nice post, should be carried out in every environment where internal certificates are in use. Having the Lync/Skype for Business service beeing interrupted every second year because of short term internal certificates is nothing else but annoying.

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In my previous job as a hired consultant I generally wanted the Lync/Skype for Business servers to have certificates lasting beyond the two year default validity period. Why? Because I, along with the customer, would consider a Lync or Skype for Business solution to have a horizon stretching beyond two years – and therefore issuing a certificate that would expire only after two years would be meaningless.

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How to set IPv4 as preferred IP on Windows Server using PowerShell

Nice tip from Ståle Hansen on how to set IPv4 as preferred IP on Windows Server using PowerShell.

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IPv6 Internet

Sometimes working with Lync and Skype for Business I see that the services are trying to contact other servers or localhost which returns an IPv6 address. If the service is set to run only on IPv4 the service will fail and not find the listening interface since it is not listening on IPv6. In these cases I do not disable IPv6 but prefer IPv4. This needs to be done in registry and a reboot is required after the change. Do not disable IPv6 on the network card because that will not work.

Here is a simple way to do it using PowerShell

Check the values below for other options

  1. Type to re-enable all IPv6 components (Windows default setting).
  2. Type 0xff to disable all IPv6 components except the IPv6 loopback interface. This value also configures Windows to prefer using IPv4 over IPv6 by changing entries in the prefix policy table. For more…

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Missed Call Notification – Not Working…..

A known problem and the solution 🙂

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Since November 2015 there has been issues with Missed Call Notification from Lync/S4B to Outlook.
There has been written many blogpost about this, but I will here try to summarize how to fix it – Until Microsoft release a permanent fix for the issue.

The following Windows Update’s are relevant for this issue.

I have been trying to solve this at several customers, but made a breaktrough today.

I have been searching for KB3101496 – Nothing to find!
Searched in Registry clearly shows that the patch is installed, but it’s not visible in Control Panel

Additional research pointet me in the direction of KB3114351.

Looking for KB3114351 in Control Panel showed that this patch was installed.
Did a Uninstall of this patch, with a following reboot.
After a reboot, the KB3101496 was again visible in Control Panel.
Did a uninstall of this patch as well, following with a…

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Lync server KB3080353 breaks your mobile and web app clients

Nice post by Rune Stoknes on a recently discovered faulty patch from Microsoft on the Lync server.
This post proves why you should never rely on Windows Update to install your Lync patches. Always use the LyncServerUpdateInstaller that comes with the CU released for Lync/Skype4B.

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Keeping your servers up to date is essential, and not only the application server parts but the OS and others as well. The other day I went with a Windows Update that also included a Lync Server security update. After a short while I would get feedback from users no longer being able to use the mobile client, and later I also got reports on the Web App not working.

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Is your next productivity headset the Plantronics Voyager Focus UC?

This headset is an excellent choice if you require something a bit more advanced than most people 🙂 The features implemented in this headset makes it a great choice for both soft phone clients and mobile phones as well as for listening to music when you’re working.

One of my favourite functions is the Auto Answering feature which lets you answer an incoming call just by putting on your headset if its in the charging cradle or lying on your desk. It will answer any incoming call wether it’s to your soft phone client or mobile phone.

Great posts by Ståle Hansen and Matt Landis.

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I say, yes!

Why?

  • It is optimized for Skype for Business
  • It is wireless using bluetooth, connection to up to eight devices, two at the same time
  • It has noise cancelling, removing the white noise but keeps voices when people are talking to you
  • It has really good music quality, can be compared to the best music headsets on the market
  • By installing the Plantronics Hub software it will set your Skype for Business status to “In a Call” when you answer the call on your cellphone
  • It can easily be charged using MicroUSB or the charging stand

Check out my thoughts on the headset on YouTube

Also check out the video review by MVP Matt Landis

Link to the product page: http://www.plantronics.com/us/product/voyager-focus-uc?skuId=sku7140027#fndtn-overview

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Microsoft releases Lync Server 2013 December 31, 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.866)

Updates for Lync server 2013.

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Updates:

Download:

Fixes:

  • KB 3025563 – “Google Chrome no longer supports Lync Web App” message when you join a Lync meeting by using Google Chrome
  • KB 3027553 – This article describes the cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 core components. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.866.

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