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Does the installation of Lync 2013 Ent. Pool Pairing differ from Std. version?

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I've setup and tested Lync 2013 Std. in a paired pool, however because of archiving solutions requiring full blown SQL, I may need to move to the Enterprise edition.  Does the installation and configuration of Lync 2013 Ent. edition pool pairing differ from the Std edition? I wasn't sure if sql mirroring was required or something else I'm missing?
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No. Pairing is the same no matter what edition. Please read this concerning Lync 2013 Pool Pairing
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Thanks Steven!
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