Lync Server 2010 -Not able to sign in

Posted on 2012-09-04
Last Modified: 2012-09-10
I just finished installing Lync Server 2010 std.  I installed the 64-bit client on my 2008 R2 workstation.  Currently, we are running office communicator 2010 in our environment.
Now  when I try to sign-in with my email address I receive the following error:

Cannot sing in to Lync.  Cannot sign in because the server is temporarily unavailable.  If the problem continues, please contact your support team.

What could be the problem.  I'm not sure... :(
Question by:jmanes
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    Have you deployed the proper DNS records to facilitate Automatic Server Lookup?  If not you can test by entering the Lync Server/Pool FQDN in the client manually.

    I suggest reading through this section of the documentation:

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    Which other records are required? Please have a look into the attach files.

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