Topic Last Modified: 2011-04-05
After you migrate users to Microsoft Lync Server 2010, do the following:
- Use the Client Version Filter on the new Lync Server 2010
server to allow only clients with the most current updates
installed to sign in.
- If necessary, configure the Group Policy settings that are
required for client bootstrapping. For details, see Key Client Policies and
Settings in the Planning documentation. Configuration of these
settings is only necessary if you want to change existing client
bootstrapping policies or if you want to set new client
bootstrapping policies. If you do not plan to configure client
bootstrapping policies, or you want legacy client bootstrapping
policies to remain in effect, no action is necessary.
- Configure other user and client policies for specific users or
groups of users by using Lync Server Control Panel, Lync Server
Management Shell, or both. For details, see Key Client Policies and
Settings and Migrating User Settings
to Lync Server 2010 in the Planning documentation.
- Deploy the latest version of Lync Server 2010 clients along
with the latest cumulative updates. For details, see Deploying Clients and
Devices in the Deployment documentation.
- (Optional) If your organization requires Microsoft Lync 2010
enhanced presence privacy mode, after migration is complete, define
a Client Version Policy Rule to prevent earlier client versions
from signing in. Then, enable enhanced presence privacy mode.
Important: Do not enable Lync 2010 enhanced presence privacy mode until every user on a given server pool has the most current client versions installed.
- (Optional) If you use remote call control, create a group
policy to set the Enable integration with your phone system
option in the Phone integration section in Microsoft Lync