Lync Room System Interoperability with a
Lync Server 2010 Pool
During migration, if a user
who is homed on a Lync Server 2010 pool schedules a meeting and
invites the LRS account, the LRS client will have limited
functionality while attending the meeting.
When the LRS client joins a
scheduled conference call that has been organized by a user homed
on Lync Server 2010, LRS has the following in-meeting
LRS cannot show the
multi-view video gallery.
If the LRS client is the
presenter, it cannot apply video lock on participants.
LRS cannot show 1080p
video resolution (inbound or outbound), even if the Lync Server
2013 conferencing policy allows it, because of the
Lync Server 2010 doesn’t
support 1080p resolution.
LRS is always limited by
the organizer’s conferencing policy for video resolution.
Therefore, even if the Lync 2010 pool supports 720p resolution, LRS
will not be able to take advantage of 720p resolution as long as
organizer’s policy doesn’t support it.
Lync 2013 clients detect
LRS presence in the meeting room, and they auto-mute themselves to
avoid echo in the physical meeting room. This feature does not work
in meetings hosted on Lync Server 2010.
There are limitations on
desktop sharing performance for meetings hosted on Lync Server
Users won’t be able to
join private (restricted) meetings that are hosted on Lync 2010