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How to upgrade Lync Server RC 2010 Trial to the full version ?
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Hi Busbar,

Thank you for the comment.  I afraid this is not applicable for Lync Server RC.  Please clarify.

Mark
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I see the RC version,
it requires a reinstall. not upgrade path.
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