Matt Landis Windows PBX & UC Report

Matt Landis Windows PBX & UC Report 1

Next will specify a Persistent Chat pool in our topology. Define the new Chat Pool. Use the FQDN of our trusty Front End: FE01.lstomach.local and check Single computer pool. Next. Now give this Chat pool a name. Next. Click not used to define a fresh SQL Server Store. Our next item is defining the document store. We are finished with the topology so you are given to be able to review it-everything appears great!

Watch the publish Wizard complete. The next matter we can do is open up the Lync Deployment Wizard and Update the Sync Server System by clicking Install or Upgrade Sync Server System. Watch as install happens and click Finish when done. We are ready to begin our newly installed Chat services Now.

We can checkup that Lync Server Persistent Chat is successfully working…sure enough, great! Next we have to login to the Sync Server Control Panel to configure our shiny new Persistent Chat server. Click on Persistent Chat Next we will put in a Category.

Click Category and New. Next we need to add our Administrator consumer (user we are employing to perform Lync Powershell further down) to the “RTC Local Administrators” group. This is an area group on the Lynx Front End Server, so to do this Open the “Computer Management” and open “Local Users and Groups”. After this, log away and back to Windows get the new privileges. Next we shall put in a new chat room. Following this we can login to your Lync client and use the Chat!

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In Part 1 of Installing Sync Server 2013 Standard Edition we go our lab Lync 2013 server up and running. In this next step by step we will install the Monitoring role using SQL 2008. In Sync Server 2010 a Monitoring required yet another server. In Sync Server 2013 this has transformed and Monitoring will be on your Front End.

So, to get started, let’s prepare our Lync Server Front End (Windows Server 2012) by setting up Queuing (you will/may not want this in RTM Sync Server). SQL 2008 CD set up and runs Setup.exe. NOTE: No security password required. Sure enough, it is running! Open Lync topology constructor. Drill right down to your Standard Edition front (as shown below) then right click and Edit Properties. Next we want to put in a Monitoring role to the topology by heading to General, scrolling down to and selecting “Monitoring (CDR and QoE metrics)” and then click New.

We will type insight our Front End as the FQDN (as shown), select “Named Instance”, and present it the name “MONITOR” (we will later install a SQL instance with this name) and click OK, Ok. Action | Topology | Publishes. Next we will go to Start and open the Sync Server Management Shell (Powershell).