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OCS 2007 R2 Lync 2013

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Hi,

One of our client want to impliment  Lync 2013.   His setup was installed with OCS 2007 R2 around 3 years back and configured for all users. But later ocs server got crashed and no one using OCS from around 2.5 years.

How should i procced with new setup? .Please guide
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The cleanest route would be to disable all the users for OCS, and then deploy a new Lync server.  Enable the users again to activate them for Lync.
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