Complete guide how to deploy and migrate to Lync 2013

Howdy,

To make things easier for all engineers new to the Lync world, I have collected together some of my articles in one place, here you will find all the information to get you started with deploying, configuring and migrating to Lync 2013, as well as decommissioning your Legacy Lync 2010 servers.

I hope it helps and if you find it helpful spread the news and follow me on twitter šŸ™‚

Understanding and Planning your Lync 2013 DNS & Simple URLs

Installing Lync 2013 Server

Migrating from Lync 2010 to Lync 2013

Lync High Availability with SQL Mirroring

Publishing Lync 2013 Services

Installing Lync 2013 Edge Server

Migrating to Lync Edge 2013

Migrate Lync 2010 Central Management Store to Lync 2013

Integrating Lync 2013 With Exchange

Decommissioning Legacy Lync 2010

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Author: Lyncdude

A Senior Microsoft Unified Communications Consultant with more than 9 years of experience in Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Lync Server / Skype for Business. Egyptian guy lives and works in Frankfurt - Germany. Worked Closely with Microsoft Dubai for 3 years designing , building and supporting Exchange and Lync Infrastructures. A Microsoft Certified ITP in Lync, Exchange and also attended Microsoft Partner Primer Filed Support Engineer T1 Training for Microsoft Lync 2010.

One thought on “Complete guide how to deploy and migrate to Lync 2013”

  1. Hi Mostafa,

    Your all the articles are very good and so nicely written. They all give a clear and proper understanding of Lync. Keep it up..!!

    And thank you so much for making things easier for us to learn.

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