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Topic Last Modified: 2010-07-15

You will need to provision the authentication PIN for the user on the Polycom CX600 and Aastra 6725Ip phones. The PIN can be configured by an administrator or set by the user on the Dial-In conferencing page. An administrator can set the PIN from Communications Server Control Panel or from the Communications Server Management Shell (Set -CSClientPIN).

This allows the phone to discover Microsoft Communications Server 2010, connect and then authenticate using the PIN. After authentication, a Communications Server 2010 signed certificate is downloaded to the phone. It is then cached and used for subsequent authentication.

Look for a cmdlet that will enable you to verify your deployment in future releases.