Explenation of terms needed

Hi,

I need some explenation about terms of a question that is asked recently:

"Lync Server 2010 Conferene IM ProblemQuestion: When I try to send an IM to a group of contacts, ......"

What is a Lync Server 2010?
and what is IM problem?

Peter
LVL 1
peterkiersAsked:
Who is Participating?
 
djjackfrwmmlConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Sure.

So think of Lync as an application which gets installed on a server architecture (in this case a virtual instance of Windows Server2008 R2) and is used for IM, Video Conference, Application Sharing etc..

Lync is a Microsfot application much the same way Exchange or SharePoint is.  They all do differnet things but they are all just applications.

For more info on Lync go here.http://lync.microsoft.com/en-us/Overview/Pages/what-is-lync.aspx
0
 
djjackfrwmmlCommented:
Lync Server 2010 is a Microsoft product based off of the OCS platform that allows IM, Video Conference, Application and File Sharing, Phone integration and a host of other functions.

IM Problem could be a whole host of issues, without knowing the full question I cannot tell.
0
 
peterkiersAuthor Commented:
This was the whole question:

Lync Server 2010 Conferene IM Problem Question: When I try to send an IM to a group of contacts, I get a message saying that "The conferencing server did not respond" and then the following error: When contacting your support team, reference error ID 3098 (source ID 243). I have Lync server installed on a 2008 R2 virtual server (commsrv.xxx.org) and this server is only used for lync. I have a multi-domain cert. for commsrv, meet, dialin, sip. The certificate is in place and that shouldn't be the problem. The services are all started. I need some clues as to why we cannot IM multiple contacts.

Could you please tell me what this means:
"I have Lync server installed on a 2008 R2 virtual server (commsrv.xxx.org) and this server is only used for lync".

The only part i understand is:
On a virtual server is microsoft windows server 2008 installed
But I don't understand the Lync part.

Peter


0
 
peterkiersAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info.

Peter Kiers
0
Question has a verified solution.

Are you are experiencing a similar issue? Get a personalized answer when you ask a related question.

Have a better answer? Share it in a comment.

All Courses

From novice to tech pro — start learning today.