Topic Last Modified: 2012-12-11
Lync Server 2013 enables you to specify the version of clients that are supported in your environment. Using client version policies can help reduce the costs associated with supporting multiple client versions. It can also improve the overall user experience, because when earlier and later versions of clients interact, the available features can be limited by the earlier version of the client.
There are three components of client version control:
Client version configuration settings are used to turn client version control on or off, either globally or for particular sites.
Client version policies are used to assign a set of rules globally, or to a particular site, pool, or group of users.
Client version policy rules make up a client version policy, and are used to define the actions that should be taken when users attempt to log on with specific clients and client versions.
|Because anonymous users are not associated with a user, site, or service, anonymous users are affected by global-level policies only.|