Topic Last Modified: 2011-05-16
To enable Microsoft Lync 2010 users in your organization to communicate with users of a Microsoft Lync Online 2010 customer, you must have completed the following steps:
- Met all prerequisites. This includes deploying your internal
and edge servers, enabling federation support for your
organization, and setting up user accounts. For details, see
for Federating with a Lync Online Customer.
- Configured domain access support in your internal deployment
and for the Lync Online 2010 customer’s account. This includes
creating a host provider entry and configuring your deployment to
allow access from the Lync Online customer’s domain. For details,
Domain Access for Federation with a Lync Online Customer.
- Configured user accounts to support federation. This includes
configuring your internal user accounts and the user accounts of
the Lync Online customer. For details, see Configure User Access
for Federation with a Lync Online Customer.
After completing all of these steps, verify communications by testing communications between an internal user in your organization and a user of the Lync Online customer. If communication is not successful, use Lync Server 2010 Logging Tool from your Edge Server to capture log and trace files to troubleshoot the problem. For details about using the Logging Tool, see Open Lync Server Administrative Tools in the Operations documentation. For details about the Logging Tool, see the Lync Server 2010 Logging Tool documentation on the TechNet Library at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=199265.