Microsoft Lync Server 2013: Basic Administration – Release 2.1

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A free e-book dedicated to Lync administrators.

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Excerpt:

 

The book has the following contents:

  • Acknowledgements
  • There Ain't no Such Thing as a Free Lunch
  • Disclaimer
  • About the Author
  • About the Reviewers

1 Before You Begin..

  • What is Microsoft Lync 2013 server?
  • Why Lync 2013 matters?
  • Looking At Lync 2013 from the Client
  • Looking At Lync 2013 from the Server
  • Adopting Lync: What I Need and How Much Does It Cost
  • Extra Costs to Be Aware of with Lync 2013
  • Final Word
  • Lab

2 Building your Lync 2013 

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  • Planning a minimal working infrastructure
  • Internal Lync Server Services Only
  • Try it now...
  • Lync Server Available for External Users
  • Try it now..
  • Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013 Integration
  • Assembling the required software and hardware
  • Virtualization
  • Acquiring the Required Resources
  • Realizing the Deployment Scenarios
  • Try it now..
  • Deploying the lab
  • Domain controller
  • Try it now..
  • Lync Server Front End.
  • Office Web Apps Server
  • Reverse Proxy.
  • Lync Edge.
  • Exchange and SharePoint
  • Lab.

3 Managing users with Lync Server Control Panel

  • Introducing Lync Administration from the Control Panel
  • Choosing Between the Control Panel and the Management Shell
  • Policies and Policy Scopes in Lync Administration
  • Roles in Lync Administration
  • Try It Now..
  • Enabling And Configuring Users
  • Enabling a User to Lync
  • Pool assignment
  • SIP URI configuration
  • Telephony options
  • Dial plan policy
  • Voice policy
  • Policy assignment
  • Try it Now..
  • Lab

4 Managing Clients, and Devices with Lync Server Control Panel

  • Software Clients
  • Try It Now..
  • Hardware Devices
  • Mobility
  • Some Things You Have to Do Outside the Control Panel
  • Try It Now..
  • Lab

5 Managing Users with Lync Server Management Shell

  • Administering Users From The Management Shell
  • Enable or Disable Lync Users
  • Try It Now..
  • Moving Lync Users Between Different Pools
  • Handling Policies From The Management Shell
  • Lab

6 Firewall Requirements For Lync Server 2013

 

  • Planning A Lync Deployment The Right Way: Tools You Will Love (Part 1)
  • The Basic Diagram Of A Lync Deployment We Will Use In The Chapter
  • Lync Server 2013: Internal Network
  • Servers Located In The Lan
  • Servers Located In The Dmz
  • Try It Now
  • Infrastructure Requirements
  • Firewall Rules Required For Lync Server 2013
  • Network Traffic From Servers In The Dmz To Servers In The Internal Network
  • Network Traffic From The Servers In The Dmz To The External Network
  • Network Traffic From The External Network To The Servers In The Dmz
  • Network Traffic From The Servers In The Internal Network To The Servers In The Dmz
  • Network Traffic Related To Lync Clients In The Internal Network
  • Notes Related To The Firewall Rules Required For Lync Server 2013
  • Verifying A Lync Deployment In The Right Way: Tools You Will Love (Part 2)
  • Verifying A Lync Deployment In The Right Way: Some High-Level Debugging Steps If Lync Clients On The External Network Are Not Working
  • Lab
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