Lync 2013

Posted on 2014-08-22
Last Modified: 2016-06-11
How do I get lync 2013 Client to work on Server 2008 terminal servers?  It works great on PC's.  I have an Exchange 2010 server in house as well
Question by:Shawn Silver
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    by:Joseph Daly
    What exactly is the issue you are seeing?

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    by:Shawn Silver
    this copy of office 2013 cannot be used on terminal services, you must use a volume license edition,  but all I want to use is Lyncentry.exe
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    by:Satyendra Sharma
    What is the error you getting?
    Were you unable to install lync basic?

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    I used a copy of lync 2010 client instead works great

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