Firewall port requirements of the Lync 2013 internal clients. A table to configure and manage firewall rules requires to enable Lync features to the clients
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Chapter 6, Deploying Persistent Chat Server, introduces Persistent Chat, which is a new
feature of Lync 2013, that enables the creation of a knowledge base for your users and
the construction of “private” spaces, where a selected groups of our users are able to
communicate. Here we will see how it works and how it is implemented.
Originally published on the Microsoft TechNet Wiki http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/15396.understanding-simple-urls-in-lync.aspx Intro A Lync deployment that has to be available to users outside our internal network / firewall (the generic definition used is “external users”) requires two additional servers : a Lync Edge server (for IM and presence, Web conferencing and A/V conferencing) a reverse proxy to publish features, […]