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As the Administrative Tools have already been installed on the server then the can be found in the Start Menu on the local server.
The Lync Server installation media is no longer required as the installation files have been copied to the server in the following default directory.
Since this is the first Lync 2013 server in the topology then an additional shared certificate needs to be created for use with a new open authentication standard called OAuth.
But some Lync clients (primarily the mobility clients) do not support a CNAME record which points to a Host record in a different domain namespace, so in the topology used in this series of articles it would be poor practice to create an alias in the SIP domain namespace (e.g. Thus two configuration possibilities are available: either use a Host record with the server’s IP address, or create an Alias record pointing to a Host record in the same namespace (e.g.To review the new certificates on the server use either the Certificates snap-in available in the service (or any other prerequisite service) is still reported as starting then check the server CPU in Task Manager as it may still be fully tasked with all of the first-time processes performed after a fresh server installation.) already exists in the form of the Dynamic DNS record created by the server when it was previously joined to the domain.But a number of additional DNS records need to be manually created to match the various Autodiscover and Simple URLs which were defined in the topology in the previous article. It is important to understand the different between the legacy Automatic Client Sign-In process and the newer Lync Autodiscover approach as these are two completely different solutions.Any update defined in the Updates Configuration file uses a detection criteria.This criteria is usually a file or a registry entry which contains the package version.