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Lync/Skype4B: Different scenarios using EnableSkypeUI option

Video calling between Skype and Lync available now

http://blogs.office.com/2014/12/05/video-calling-skype-lync-available-now/

Provisioning guide for Lync-Skype connectivity in Lync Server 2013:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn440173.aspx

Using Lync-Skype connectivity in Lync Server 2013 as an end user:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn440175.aspx

What’s next

As excited as we are about this, we know we have more work to do. We will extend support to the Skype clients on additional platforms, starting with Android and iOS in the coming months. We will add support for SkypeIDs and make it easier to find and add contacts from the worldwide Skype directory when the next version of Lync becomes Skype for Business in the first half of 2015. These planned improvements to Lync Skype connectivity are just one example of how Skype for Business will keep and improve on all of the capabilities of Lync.

Lync: Emoticons

October (COMBINED) Lync 2013 Server & Lync 2013 SDK & Lync 2010 Cumulative Updates released

Lync Virenscanner

Provisioning Guide for Lync-Skype Connectivity

Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer

Lync: Parse-UCCAPILog.ps1

Configuring Lync 2010 Server to Work with Level 3 SIP Trunking Services

Lync 2010 Cumulative Updates List

Lync Development mit APIs

Announcing Microsoft Connectivity Analyzer (MCA) 1.0 and Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer (RCA) 2.1

Integrate Lync into your intranet sites using the NameCtrl plug-in

Lync-Skype Connectivity Arriving by June 2013

Using IIS ARR as a Reverse Proxy for Lync Server 2013

http://blogs.technet.com/b/nexthop/archive/2013/02/19/using-iis-arr-as-a-reverse-proxy-for-lync-server-2013.aspx

Summary

You should now have a single server in your perimeter network, using a single IP address and a single certificate to reverse proxy all Lync workloads, with the option to add Exchange and SharePoint workloads. This makes Application Request Routing a fully featured TMG 2010 replacement for smaller deployments. For highly available deployments, I anticipate that hardware/appliance load balancers will fill the gap and provide similar features in the near future (if not already available).

The Lync Room System (LRS)

How to Setup Lync 2010 SCOM Management Pack and Synthetic Transactions

Delivering Lync 2013 Real-Time Communications over Wi-Fi

Lync Server 2013: Brick Model

Support for Lync 2013: DVC Implementation vs. the Citrix HDX Optimization Pack for Microsoft Lync