Topic Last Modified: 2010-11-08

In Microsoft Lync Server 2010, Audio/Video (A/V) Conferencing service functionality, which usually runs on the Front End Server, can also run in a stand-alone server role called A/V Conferencing Server. The A/V Conferencing Server, which you can deploy as a load-balanced pool, provides greater scalability and improved performance for A/V conferencing.

If your site has more than 10,000 users, we recommend that you deploy a separate A/V Conferencing pool.

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