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We have an internal domain <company name>.int and we have installed Skype for business server.  We need to access this from outside the network as some employees are remotely working.  is there any way we can do this?
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Question by:George Zachariou
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yes you can do it for external users. you should have external domain. Refer the below article for requreiments.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn951375.aspx
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