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Resources for Setting Up a Lync Server

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Heyas,

I have been tasked with setting up Lync Server on VM and I know nothing about Microsoft Lync. Could someone give a few links on how to setup a lync server the more screenshots the better.

Any input would be welcome.

Thank you.
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Whooo..... I think you're asking for tons and tons of information here :-) you, books are written on the subject.

First of all, you'd better think through the following:
- Do you want to allow remote access and federation? that is logging in from the internet, and be able to IM and call users outside of the organization
- do you want telephony?

A basic Lync setup with IM, video and voice calls (not to PSTN), webmeeting and Lync Mobile all with remote access, would need the following server:
1 x Lync Front end. Internal Certs and 1 internal NIC
1 x Lync Edge, Internal Cert and 1 external Cert with 2 SANS, 1 external NIC with 3 (preferred, 1 can be used with tweaking of ports) Public Addresses
1 x reverse proxy - 1 Public IP and 1 public Cert

here's some step by steps:
http://windowspbx.blogspot.no/2012/07/step-by-step-installing-lync-server.html

But maybe a Office365 solution would be more suitable for you?
http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/lync/lync-online-overview-and-features-online-meetings-and-instant-messaging-FX103789571.aspx
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Thank you very much for the link it helped a great deal, wish people wrote more ebooks like this.
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Cheers
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