Managing Large and Structured Meetings with Lync 2010 whitepaper now available for download

AbstractMicrosoft Lync Server 2010 and the Microsoft Lync 2010 desktop client are very capable collaboration tools easily handling meetings between several online parties. Microsoft Lync 2010 is also able to handle larger meetings. However, to hold a successful larger meeting one will need to adopt a structured approach for the meeting and plan ahead to…

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Add desktop sharing to your application by using the Lync 2013 API

Abstract: Have you ever wanted to add a desktop sharing feature to your application so users can share their desktop, monitor, or a process with another user with the click of a button? This blog post introduces you to a new feature of the Lync 2013 API that lets you leverage the power of Lync…

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Lync Server 2013 Preview: New Video Features

Lync Server 2013 Preview introduces new video capabilities that represent the next step in the evolution of the platform’s collaboration experience. These features include multiparty video, standards based codecs, and face detection with smart framing. These new Lync Server 2013 Preview features enhance the video experience in both Lync peer-to-peer video calls and multi-party video…

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TechEd North America 2012: Lync Sessions

TechEd is Microsoft’s premier technology conference for IT professionals and developers, offering the most comprehensive technical education across Microsoft’s current and soon-to-be-released suite of products, solutions, tools, and services. TechEd offers hands-on learning, deep product exploration and countless opportunities to build relationships with a community of industry and Microsoft experts that will help your work…

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Haiku #177

Natural beauty? True beauty comes from CS Conferencing settings.   Well, we’re back. (Oh, please don’t say you didn’t even know we were gone: that hurts.) The author of today’s haiku has spent the past few days in Moab, Utah, and has spent most of that time hiking every hikeable trail in Arches National Park….

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Haiku #175

Utah: the land of Mountains, smiles, Beetdiggers, and Conference policies.   As you no doubt know by now, the author of today’s haiku is currently in Utah, partly to take a few days of vacation here and there, and partly to do his regular old work. (Based on the kind – and amount – of…


Haiku #173

Heart-pounding thrills and Excitement. Must be time for Simple URLs.   Yesterday afternoon the author of today’s haiku (and his wife) took a trip to the Utah Olympic Park. Was it the most exciting time he ever had in his entire life? Probably not. Still, it was interesting. For example, he learned why Park City,…

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Conferencing Policy Settings: MaxMeetingSize

  This article is part of the series An In-Depth Guide to Conferencing Policy Settings.     Parameter/Property Name Allowed Values MaxMeetingSize   This is a per-organizer setting. Any integer value between 2 and 250, inclusive.   Lync Server Control Panel Equivalent Setting: Maximum meeting size       So just how many people can…

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Conferencing Policy Settings: EnableP2PVideo

  This article is part of the series An In-Depth Guide to Conferencing Policy Settings.     Parameter/Property Name Allowed Values EnableP2PVideo   This is a per-user setting. ·         TRUE: Users can use video in a peer-to-peer session. This is the default value. ·         FALSE: Users cannot use video in a peer-to-peer session.   Lync…

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Conferencing Policy Settings: EnableP2PRecording

  This article is part of the series An In-Depth Guide to Conferencing Policy Settings.     Parameter/Property Name Allowed Values EnableP2PRecording   This is a per-user setting. ·         TRUE: Users can record a peer-to-peer session. ·         FALSE: Users cannot record a peer-to-peer session. This is the default value.   Lync Server Control Panel Equivalent…

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