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Before you set up Edge Server components, you need to ensure that computers that you are setting up meet system requirements and complete other prerequisite steps required for deployment of Edge Server components. Before you begin, review the details in the following topics in the Planning documentation for the reference architecture that you want to ..

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Continuing from Part 1 of the series this article covers the installation and configuration of the Lync Server components on a Standard Edition Front End server.  As with the previous article any mandatory steps are identified by bulleted paragraphs while additional steps for validation and knowledge transfer are optional. Install Lync Server System The next ..

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As provided in the past this series of basic deployment articles will be used to capture a specific environment used as the foundation for many other Lync Server 2013 specific deployment articles.  Starting with a single Standard Edition Lync Server in a fresh Active Directory forest future articles will build on this deployment with additional ..

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Where Part 1 left off was just shy of deploying the Standard Edition server itself as most of the back-end configuration was completed.  A few additional steps will be left for later discussion (e.g. client Automatic Configuration DNS records) when those topics are addressed.  So for now left’s get the Lync Server deployed an functional. ..

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To successfully complete this procedure, you should be logged on to the server or domain minimally as a member of the Domain Admins group or a member of the DnsAdmins group. This topic describes how to configure the Domain Name System (DNS) records that you are required to create in Lync Server 2013 deployments and ..

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One of the features that Lync has and customers like is the ability to federate with another company. This post will focus only on Lync to Lync or Lync to OCS federation. Usually, Lync administrators don’t know if they have an open or closed federation – why is that so? Because it’s only a matter of checking ..

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Use the following flow chart to determine Domain Name System (DNS) requirements. Changes for the Cumulative Updates for Lync Server 2013: February 2013 are noted where they apply. Important: Microsoft Lync Server 2013 supports the use of IPv6 addressing. To use IPv6 addresses, you must also provide support for IPv6 DNS and configure DNS host ..

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