5 Things You Need To Know About Lync 2013 Performance and Configuration

Veteran Lync Senior Microsoft Premier Field Engineer Frank White shares his top 5 most common Lync 2013 (and Lync 2010) performance and configuration issues that he’s run into during his many engagements with numerous customers, along with sound advice to help us prevent these issues from occuring.

He goes into details about:

  1. Quality of Service (QoS) implementation.
  2. Virtual Machine hosts configured correctly according to best practices.
  3. Microsoft SQL Server performance optimization for Lync.
  4. Edge server external interface configuration.
  5. Front end servers and the importance of disk performance.

Enjoy the video, and please feel free to chime in with any comments or questions.

Filmed by Tamer Maher El-Sharkawy.  Written by Frank Battiston, MSPFE Editor

Comments (2)

  1. Appreciate the video! Graham, it’s a little late but I would imagine the white paper referenced is this:

  2. Graham Riley says:

    Hi, thanks for the video.  Could you provide a link to the white paper you referred to at 01:43?

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