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Posted on 2008-10-09
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Hi all,

Quick question. The Communicator 2007 client is available from the MS site. On the site it's marked as 'Trial'. We have the necessary licenses, so can we install this Evaluation/Trial version or will it stop working in 90 days?
I can't find a non-trial version... so I assume this is the correct one. I just don't want to be screwed if I send this package to 900 users :)


Tnx!
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You will be screwed if you roll out the trial version.

Communicator 2007 setup files are not included in the Office Communication Server distribution.

Communicator 2007 is included in Office Professional Plus 2007 and Office Enterprise 2007 distributions under your Microsoft Volume License Agreement.  You should be able to download from there.
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