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The New Federated Domains Dialog (Allowed Domains)
The New Federated Domains dialog enables you to add a domain to the list of domains approved for federation. When a domain has been approved for federation (by being added to the allowed list) that means your users can exchange instant messages and presence information with people who have accounts in the federated domain.
To access the federation settings in the Lync Server Control Panel, click the External User Access tab, click Federated Domains, and then click Allowed Domains.
The Edit Federated Domains dialog and the New Federated Domains dialog correspond to the properties and parameters of the following cmdlets:
· Get-CsAllowedDomain, which is used to retrieve information about domains you have federated with:Get-CsAllowedDomain
· New-CsAllowedDomain, which is used to federate with a new domain:New-CsAllowedDomain –Identity "fabrikam.com"
· Remove-CsAllowedDomain, which is used to remove a domain from the list of federated domains:Remove-CsAllowedDomain –Identity "fabrikam.com"
· Set-CsAllowedDomain, which is used to modify the properties of a domain already on the federated domains list:Set-CsAllowedDomain -Identity fabrikam.com -Comment "Contact: Ken Myer (email@example.com)"
The New Federated Domains dialog is shown below, along with the corresponding parameter names found in New-CsAllowedDomain and Set-CsAllowedDomain:
For more information about the CsAllowedDomain cmdlets, type Get-Help cmdlet_name –Full | more at the Lync Server Management Shell prompt. For example:
Get-Help Set-CsAllowedDomain –Full | more