SCOM Notification: Sends Outstanding

SCOM Notification: Alert: The number of messages that are currently present in the outgoing (send) queues. Source: LS Access Edge Component [ServerName.Domain.com] Path: ServerName.Domain.com Last modified by: System Last modified time: 4/16/2012 1:28:11 PM Alert […]

Out of Office Not Syncing with Lync

Description:  A user has enabled Out of Office within Outlook but Lync does not reflect the status in presence.  The fix is to rebuild their local Lync profile. Resolution: Verify Out of Office is in […]

Unable to Send IM but Able to Recieve From a Federated Contact

Description: The issue was that an internal user was not able to send messages to a federated partner but they could receive messages as shown below. User receives error: When contacting your support team, reference […]

How To Modify a Users SIP Address

Description: The following is the basic step to modify a user SIP address within Lync 2010. Modify via Lync Control Panel: Log on to LCP and look up the user Highlight the user and click […]

How To Check Lync Federation Connections

Description: The following is a basic step on how to view the active TLS connections you have on your Lync Edge server to a federated partner. Log into a Lync Edge Server Open up Performanace […]

How To Export & Import Lync Contacts

Description: **** Note: this is outdated and was used for Lync 2010.  Lync 2013 would utilize Update-CSUserData command which there are many other blogs already created with the process. *** This is the basic method […]

How to Enable an Account for Lync

Description: This is the basic method of how to enable a Lync user within the Lync Control Panel. Open up the Lync Control Panel Click on “Enable user for lync server” to enable a new […]

How to Create a Bandwidth Policy and Assign to a Site

  Description: Bandwidth Policies are a method of controlling the bandwidth used for Audio and Video calls within Lync at specific sites. Create a New Bandwidth Policy Open up the Lync Control Panel and browse […]

How To Add A Federated Domain

Open up the Lync Control Panel Click on External User Access on the left menu Click on the Federated Domains tab Click on the New button and select Allowed Domain Enter the domain name *Note: […]