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- Lync for mobile devices - iphones, ipads, androids? - Published on Citrix for remote Users?

- Deployment documentation: Servers, policies.. in terms of the infrastructure, what other servers does it integrate with: BES, Citrix, SMC e.t.c - in terms of access, (role based access, what do we have access to do as the se rvice desk and what do we need to come to GIS for) + CLIENT - client installation requirements: windows 2000, xp, 7, 8 - package installation - File transfer: any limitations set in terms of size or type of files allowed + WebApp - Lync web app - is it accesible externally? - Requirements: which browsers and arxchitecture (32bit, 64 bit) - addin for the web client.. automatically installed.. will it be pushed out to all clients by sccm or what?

- interoperability with other applications in our environment

Forcing a Global Address List Download in Lync By Mark Spencer | September 18th, 2012 The Lync 2010 client downloads a cached copy of the global address to the user s c omputer. This allows users to rapidly find contacts and phone numbers. By defau lt, it can take up to 24 hours for changes in the global address list to appear in the local copy seen by the Lync user (e.g. a phone number change). There may be times when it is advantageous to force an immediate download of the global a ddress list. To trigger an immediate download, two steps must be taken on the client workstat ion. The first step only needs to be performed once per workstation, while the s

econd would be done each time a forced update is desired. Many times on a new i nstall, only the first step is needed. 1) Execute the following command from the Windows Command Prompt run as an admin istrator (or manually add the GalDownloadInitialDelay registry key). Setting thi s value to 0 will force Lync to immediately download the address book instead of randomly selecting a time to check the server. reg add HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Communicator /v GalDownloadInitialDelay /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f 2) Exit the Lync client and manually delete the GalContacts.db and GalContacts.d b.idx files from the user s profile directory. If the .db file still exists during startup of the client then Lync may still wait for that random interval between 0 and 60 minutes before checking for changes on the server s address book files. By deleting the file the Lync client must download an entire new copy, forcing i t to pick up any changes. On Windows XP workstations: %userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Communicator\sip_<userna me@domain>\ On Windows Vista or Windows 7 workstations: %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Communicator\sip_<username@domain>\ Restart the Lync client and search for any of the recently changed information, for example the Telephone Number added to this Active Directory user account now appears for the Lync contact. You may have to wait a couple of minutes while th e address gets built.