Topic Last Modified: 2011-01-31
In Microsoft Lync Server 2010, you can set up client version policies to specify the versions of Lync Server 2010 clients that are supported in your environment. Additionally, you can use the global client version configuration to specify a default action for clients that do not already have a version policy defined and, therefore, are not explicitly supported or restricted.
You can also use client version policies to manage Lync Server client updates. When you set a client version policy and use the options Allow and upgrade and Block and upgrade, clients will receive updated software from the Windows Server Update Service (if you are using this service) or from Microsoft Update.