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Anatomy of a SIP Domain Change


Mergers, acquisitions, and branding initiatives usually necessitate a significant but poorly understood change to a Lync Server deployment: a change to the domain name used in the Lync user SIP address (the right-hand-side of the @ sign).

Making this change in a way that minimizes user disruption is a challenge. This blog post aims to provide additional insight and guidance on the user impact, the process to follow, and what changes are required to your infrastructure.

It was written for Lync Server 2010, but all of it should be applicable to Lync Server 2013 (as far as I know).

This post focuses on changing the SIP domain portion of . . . → Read More: Anatomy of a SIP Domain Change

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This is not directly Lync related but when something worthwhile and is freely available from Microsoft, the word must get out. 🙂

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From my quick browsing, here are the most applicable ones related to Microsoft Lync:

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There are also reference books available . . . → Read More: Free Microsoft eBooks