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Mac Meetings - Desktop Sharing and Join Experience
As a reminder, the Communicator for Mac 2011 client is for OCS 2007 R2 and provides a corresponding feature set. It is also supported to connect against Lync Server 2010 but it will be treated as an R2 client. Desktop Sharing The Communicator for Mac 2011 13.1 update has been released which includes...
16 Dec 2010
Where are OC 2007 R2 Recent Contacts stored?
A customer question was raised about wanting to delete the Recent Contacts entry list for users due to some alias changes and migrations. Nobody knew the answer right away and I was pretty sure it would be in the backend database somewhere. Turns out it is kept client side. If you want to know WHERE...
20 Nov 2009
UC How To and UC Adoption and Training Kit
I found these resources a few months back and failed to blog about them for some reason. These represent content that is created with and for our own deployment as well as customer deployments. I like that the UC How To can be modified for the workload of the end user. If you have feedback on this content...
9 Oct 2009
Looking for information on upgrading OCPE (Tanjay)?
Rick Varvel, Microsoft Consulting Services comes through with another great paper. I mentioned his papers for the Edge Server in the past and he has now dedicated time to the OC Phone Edition (OCPE, Tanjay) upgrade process. Due to some of our programs purchasing devices in advance of program needs...
6 Oct 2009
OCS End User Experience – my devices are bad…
I had a meeting today with my team of which we all work remote (Washington State, Colorado, Ohio, North Carolina, New York, Denmark and Switzerland). Obviously we all work with Office Communications Server technology and thus know quite a bit about doing things right. To add to this my work this year...
2 Oct 2009
OC 2007 R2 and PIC with AIM Express
October 1, 2009 Update - The issue has been resolved. Please do note the details below as some have mistaken other problems for this. A quick heads up on an issue we are looking to resolve. Currently if an AOL user is signed in to AIM Express an OC 2007 R2 client will see their presence state but...
11 Sep 2009
Communicator R2 Custom Presence not working?
Henry pointed out that my original post on Custom Presence was helpful up to the point of actually using it and couldn’t figure out why only https was working. I have not found this documented and in fact there is no KB article on it so I will start that process as well but the change is that in R2 when...
9 Apr 2009
IP-IP Gateway Configuration Notes - external resource
Chris was kind of to share his blog post on IP-IP Gateway configuration: http://voipnorm.blogspot.com/2008/12/ip-ip-gw-configuration-notes-for-ocs-to.html
27 Jan 2009
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