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multiple simultaneous Lync logins

We have just installed Lync 2013 on all of our computers at work.  We have computers in certain locations that all use the same login name.  Is there a way that I can have Lync up and running on all of these computers with the same login name?  Example: All of the computers in our Adoption Lobby login in as "Adoptions".  If someone sends an IM to Adoptions can all 5 computers receive the IM?  If not, is there a way to setup a distribution list like in Outlook that would allow the same thing to occur?   I am actually more interested in knowing if Lync can use the same login name on multiple computers at once.  That way I don't have to assign new login names to every computer.

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Thank you!  I didnt want to do a bunch of work without at least getting some feedback from people who have actually used it in this scenario.
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