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Lync 2010 sign-in address pass through

I've been working on an image for Windows Embedded Standard 2009 on a thin client, and after I finished installing software/settings and Default User settings, when I sign onto the laptop as a new user, the "someone@example.com" address is set as the sign-in address in the Lync 2010 client.

Anyone know a setting somewhere I can change this so that if JSmith@domain.com signs onto the laptop, it won't load JSmith@domain.com to Lync instead of the someone@example.com?

lync might be referred to as Communicator too, since that appears to be the program file folder name and the regkey names
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garryshape
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NetfloCommented:
Hi,

The sign in address of "someone@example.com" is the default address that appears when you install Lync but have not signed in successfully with a valid user.
Once you login successfully, it will auto login with the users credentials upon logon to the local machine.
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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
It will automatically logon new users? or each brand new user login will need to type in their e-mail address?
Somehow that is not the case with my other build, and I can't recall doing anything specific to make it work. Just any new user who logs in would automatically be signed into Lync -- pass through windows authentication.
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NetfloCommented:
As mentioned, each user needs to login successfully, thereafter it will remember and login with the users credentials successfully.
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garryshapeAuthor Commented:
I was able to get the auto login to work by deleting:


HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Shared\UcClient > ServerSipUri

And then I had to install the domain certificates to Windows. They weren't installing automatically.
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