TMG’s moving out, I need a Reverse Proxy, what do I do?

Why do we need a Reverse Proxy for Lync? TechNet (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg398069.aspx) specifically mentions that the following features require external access through a reverse proxy: Enabling external users to download meeting content for your meetings. Enabling external users to expand distribution groups. Enabling remote users to download files from the Address Book service. Accessing the Lync…

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Lync 2013 Licensing Changes

  From the inception of the “Plus CAL” in Lync 2010, there has been another radical change in Lync licensing now that 2013 is out: There is no distinction for server licensing now, in other words, no more Standard or Enterprise version of the server, it’s now a single server license.  Still you have to…

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To Wi-Fi or not to Wi-Fi

Recently I was with a coworker, helping him deliver a Lync 2013 workshop, and one of the major topics that comes around is whether Lync is ready for Wi-Fi use or not. There are many considerations that come around if Wi-Fi should be used for real-time communications. I’ve always been very skeptical and haven’t had…

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Changing the name for the new blog!

During the past years, I’ve dedicated this blog to the LATAM community, I will now be directing the efforts to an international community, creating all the posts in English. I recently became certified as a Lync 2010 Microsoft Certified Master, certification that encompasses a very in-depth and challenging training that I would say in a…

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