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1 Lync 2013 Deployment Ewan MacKellar / Andrew Ehrensing Microsoft Corporation EXL321

2 About this Presentation Capabilities are subject to change Packaging and licensing have not yet been determined Any screen captures or concepts shown are pre-release and for illustration purposes only Disclaimer This presentation contains preliminary information that may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein. The information contained in this presentation represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of the presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented after the date of the presentation. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. Microsoft may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this presentation. Except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Microsoft, the furnishing of this information does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property. All performance statistics are pre-release and subject to change

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4 Lync 2013 Topology Changes

5 Public clouds Federated businesses Remote users SQL Front end servers Back end SQL server Web access and mobile PSTN AD Active directory SQL Monitoring Exchange UM and archiving System Center WAC Lync endpoints FPO Edge server DMZ Optional persistent chat pool XMPP Gw Central Mgt Voice routing Conferencing Lync Web App Mobile SIP registrar

6 Lync 2013 Setup Flow

7 Hardware and software infrastructure File storage (DFS) and permissions Request certificates Internet Information Services (IIS) and SQL configuration Simple URLs & DNS records Preparing the infrastructure and systems Using Topology Builder Administrator rights and permissions Administration tools Define and configure pools Edit and configure simple URLs Select the CMS Defining the topology Publish the topology Delegate setup Setting up and installing FE servers/pools Install and configure the CMS Configure certificates for FEs Setting up Kerberos authentication Adding server roles Finalizing and implementing the topology design

8 Install Topology Builder AD setup AD Domain-Joined System Lync Server Systems Author desired topology SQL Back End Publish topology SQL Retrieve topology Install components Certificates Start Services Certificate maintenance SQL database setup performed through Topology Builder, or manually SQL instance Central management topology and configuration database If first pool is SE: SQL instance is SQL Express Add/remove Office WebApps-WAC Setup Web Apps Create farm & host Certificate Local setup Installs core and SQL instances RTCLOCAL & LYNCLOCAL Other Systems Exchange UM / OWA / Archiving Reverse Proxy, SCOM SQL Reporting Services Validate deployment

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13 Office Web Apps Installation

14 Lync 2013 Hardware and Software Requirements

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16 ComponentSpec (Minimum) ServerEnterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total) CPU Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+) NIC Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE Storage Enterprise Edition FE: 8 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent storage, RAID 1 Standard Edition FE with collocated SQL DB server 4 disks, RAID 1 Memory 16-GB PC DDR2, or PC DDR3 memory (or faster)

17 ComponentSpec (minimum) Server Enterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total) CPU Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+) NIC Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE Storage 2 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent storage, RAID 1 Memory 8-GB PC DDR2, or PC DDR3 memory (or faster) ComponentSpec (minimum) ServerEnterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total) CPU Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+) NIC Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE Storage 8 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent storage, RAID 1 or 10 (4 spindles: OS, Log, Log, DB). SAN with 4 dedicated LUNs Memory 32-GB PC DDR2, or PC DDR3 Memory (or faster)

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22 Lync 2013 Client Deployment

23 Online Meeting Outlook add-in automatically installed with the Lync 2013 Preview client Office 2013 Preview installs side by side with Office 2010 / Lync 2010 client.

24 Office Customization Tool Setup Used to specify default installation location on the client and default organization name, additional network installation sources, the product key, end-user license agreement, display level, earlier versions of Office to remove, custom programs to run during installation, security settings, and Setup properties. Features Used to configure user settings and to customize how Office features are installed. Administrators can use the OCT to specify initial default values of Office application settings for users. Users can modify most of the settings after the installation. Additional content Used to add or remove files, add or remove registry entries, and configure shortcuts. Outlook Used to customize a user's default Outlook profile, specify Exchange settings, add accounts, remove accounts and export settings, and specify Send\Receive groups. Use the Office Customization Tool (OCT) Use CONFIG.XML to Perform Installation Tasks Use Setup Command-Line Options to specify the Config.xml and configuring Client Bootstrapping Policies CONFIG.XML Specify the path of the network installation point. Select the products to install. Configure logging and the location of the Setup customization file and software updates. Specify installation options, such as user name. Copy the local installation source (LIS) to the user's computer without installing Office. Add or remove languages from the installation.

25 SettingDescription Lync Server Management Shell cmdlet Cmdlet parameters Portrange\Enabled Specifies whether the port ranges sent by the server should be used by the client for media and signaling. Used in conjunction with the subvalues MinMediaPort and MaxMediaPort. CsConferencingConfigurationClientMediaPortRangeEnabled Portrange\MinMediaPort Specifies the starting port number to use for media. Combines with MaxMediaPort to specify the range of ports. The recommended minimum range is 40 ports. CsConferencingConfiguration ClientMediaPort (represents the starting port number to use for client media) Portrange\MaxMediaPort Specifies the highest port number to use for media. Combines with MinMediaPort to specify the range of ports. The recommended minimum range is 40 ports. CsConferencingConfiguration ClientMediaPortRange (indicates the total number of ports available for client media; default is 40)

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27 Lync 2013 Manageability Tools

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30 Lync 2013 Ewan MacKellar Microsoft Corporation Planning Tool and Topology Builder for Lync 2013

31 Lync 2013 Migration

32 Lync Server 2010 Uses CMS (Central Management Store) Lync 2010 client, No Live Meeting client Easy migration path Topology Builder OCS 2007 R2 No CMS (Central Management Store) Configuration stored in Active Directory Live Meeting and Office Communicator client Migration to Lync Server 2013 Preview similar to Lync 2010 migration

33 Lync Server 2013 Preview infrastructure deployed side-by-side with existing infrastructure Similar to previous migrations In place upgrade not supported Migrate Side-by-side, Site-by-site Ensures service continuity, low end user impact Enables rollback, resiliency to logistical issues Build  Pilot  Production Minimize initial hardware requirements Trial builds administrator and end user confidence and minimizes risk 33

34 Support Boundaries Server supports migration from N-1 or N-2 N (15): Lync 2013 Preview N-1 (14): Lync 2010* N-2 (13): Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2* Client support depends on workload N-1 client (Lync 2010) against Lync Server 2013 Preview N-2 client (Communicator 2007 R2) against Lync Server 2013 Preview N client (Lync 2013 Preview) against Lync 2010 Server Voice Coexistence Support Legacy Mediation Servers (N-1, N-2) Lync 2013 Preview SBA cannot use the Lync 2010 Pool * With Latest Updates

35 Persistent Chat supports migration from N-1 (14): Lync 2010* Group Chat N-2 (13): Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2* Group Chat Persistent Chat Client support N-1 chat client (Lync 2010) against Lync 2013 Persistent Chat Server N-2 chat client (Communicator 2007 R2) against Lync 2013 Persistent Chat Server Lync 2013 Preview cannot connect to Legacy Group Chat Servers * With Latest Updates

36 Home ServerMediation Server Lync Server 2013 Preview2013 Supported Lync Server 2013 Preview - Lync Server Supported Supported Lync Server 2013 Preview - OCS 2007 R R2Supported 2007 R22013Not Supported Mediation ServerNext Hop ServerHome Server Lync Server 2013 Preview2013 Supported Lync Server 2013 Preview - Lync Server Supported Supported Lync Server 2013 Preview - OCS 2007 R R2Supported 2007 R2 2013Supported Outbound Calls Inbound Calls ** Assumed certified Gateways for the release of MS shown in the tables above Lync 2010 Pool Lync 2013 Preview Pool Lync 2010 SBASupportedSupported * Lync 2013 Preview SBA Not SupportedSupported * Contents from 2010 SBA will write monitoring and archiving contents to Lync 2010 store Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA)

37 Topology Download existing topology in Lync Server 2013 Preview Topology Builder Define new Lync 2013 Preview Pool and publish the new topology Use Lync Server 2013 Topology Builder, Lync 2010 topology builder cannot be used Configuration Data exists in Lync 2010 Central Management Store (CMS) Lync Server 2013 Preview uses Lync 2010 CMS instance Users (Performed on Lync 2013 Preview System) Via Lync Server Control Panel From Management Shell: Move-CsLegacyUser Roll back from Management Shell: Move-CsUser 37

38 Topology Merge topology using the Topology builder Imports Legacy topology and conference directories Rerun when Legacy topology changes Publish the new topology Configuration Merge other configuration from Lync Management Shell : Import-CsLegacyConfiguration Rerun when legacy configuration has changed with -ReplaceExisting Users Via Lync Server Control Panel From Management Shell: Move-CsLegacyUser Roll back from Management Shell: Move-CsUser Other Move-Cs cmdlets Applications: Move-CsApplicationEndpoint Response Group: Move-CsRgsConfiguration Exchange UM contacts: Move-CsExUmContact Conferencing dirs: Move-CsConferenceDirectory 38

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40 EXL314 – Lync 2013 ArchitectureWed13:45-15:00 Lync Demos – Microsoft Booth EXL316 – Lync 2013 Meeting ImprovementsWed 17:00-18:15 EXL321 – Lync 2013 DeploymentThur 8:15-9:30 EXL325 – Lync 2013 Voice ImprovementsThur15:30-16:45 EXL334 – Lync 2013 Enterprise NetworkingFri13:45-15:00 EXL231 – Demystifying Integration of Lync to PBXFri8:15-9:30 EXL224 – Lync 2013 Customer Panel Q&AThur 13:45-15:00

41 Download and evaluate Exchange 2013 PreviewExchange 2013 Preview Download and evaluate Lync 2013 PreviewLync 2013 Preview Get a Lync Business Value Assessment Get an Exchange and Lync Technical Briefing See and test drive Exchange and Lync in our Customer Immersion Experience Centers

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