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Lync/SfB: How to change Persistent Chat Privacy Web Form

Recently we were asked to disable the Open Room creation in Persistent Chat. The purpose was to only allow users to create Private or Closed Rooms from the website. After some research we didn’t find any setting/policy that could disable

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Lync 2013 won’t change to Skype4B when deployed using OCT

We found out that there is a scenario where the icon isn’t changed to Skype for Business after the April 2015 update. The Start Menu shortcut was also Lync 2013: While troubleshooting the issue, we discovered that the C:\Windows\Installer\{91150000-0011-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}\ folder

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Changing back to Lync 2013 Icon after the April 2015 update

Some of us were surprised by the Lync 2013/Skype for Business Client update, since this security update also included the Skype4B User Interface. Lync/Skype4B administrators could still use the recently added EnableSkypeUI setting to the Client Policy in order to

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Lync Edge Server on a single subnet

The point of this post is to help those that can’t have 2 NIC on 2 separated not routable subnets. I have already encountered some customers whose¬†security team stated that it was technically impossible to deploy an additional subnet on

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