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Web access and mobile
AD
Active
directory
Lync endpoints
FPO
SQL
Monitoring
SIP registrar
XMPP Gw
DMZ
Central Mgt
Exchange UM and
archiving
Voice routing
Remote
users
Mobile
SQL
Conferencing
Public
clouds
Lync Web App
Edge server
Front end
servers
Back end
SQL server
System
Center
Federated
businesses
PSTN
Optional persistent
chat pool
WAC
• Hardware and software
infrastructure
• File storage (DFS) and
permissions
• Request certificates
• Internet Information
Services (IIS) and SQL
configuration
• Simple URLs & DNS
records
Preparing the
infrastructure and
systems
Defining the topology
• Using Topology Builder
• Administrator rights and
permissions
• Administration tools
• Define and configure
pools
• Edit and configure simple
URLs
• Select the CMS
• Publish the topology
• Delegate setup
• Setting up and installing FE
servers/pools
• Install and configure the CMS
• Configure certificates for FEs
• Setting up Kerberos
authentication
• Adding server roles
Finalizing and
implementing the
topology design
Office Web Apps Installation
Subject to change at RTM!!
Component
Spec (Minimum)
Server
Enterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total)
CPU
Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+)
NIC
Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE
Storage
Enterprise Edition FE: 8 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent
storage, RAID 1
Memory
Standard Edition FE with collocated SQL DB server 4 disks, RAID 1
16-GB PC2-6400 DDR2, or PC3-8500 DDR3 memory (or faster)
Component
Spec (minimum)
Server
Enterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total)
CPU
Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+)
NIC
Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE
Storage
2 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent storage, RAID 1
Memory
8-GB PC2-6400 DDR2, or PC3-8500 DDR3 memory (or faster)
Component
Spec (minimum)
Server
Enterprise-grade server with a minimum of 2 CPU sockets (8-24 CPU core total)
CPU
Intel Xeon 5500 series or AMD Opteron 6100 series (2 GHz+)
NIC
Dual 1 GbE or 10 GbE
Storage
8 or more SATA or SAS HDD 10K RPM or higher (DAS), or equivalent storage, RAID 1 or 10 (4
spindles: OS, Log, Log, DB). SAN with 4 dedicated LUNs
32-GB PC2-6400 DDR2, or PC3-8500 DDR3 Memory (or faster)
Memory
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974405
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29939
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2493736
Windows Server 2012
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/lync/gg269419
Online Meeting Outlook
add-in automatically
installed with the Lync
2013 Preview client
Office 2013 Preview
installs side by side with
Office 2010 / Lync 2010
client.
Use the Office Customization Tool (OCT)
Use CONFIG.XML to Perform Installation Tasks
Use Setup Command-Line Options to specify the Config.xml and configuring
Client Bootstrapping Policies
Office Customization Tool
Setup Used to specify default installation location on the client and default organization name,
additional network installation sources, the product key, end-user license agreement, display level,
earlier versions of Office to remove, custom programs to run during installation, security settings,
and Setup properties.
Features Used to configure user settings and to customize how Office features are installed.
Administrators can use the OCT to specify initial default values of Office application settings for
users. Users can modify most of the settings after the installation.
Additional content Used to add or remove files, add or remove registry entries, and configure
shortcuts.
Outlook Used to customize a user's default Outlook profile, specify Exchange settings, add
accounts, remove accounts and export settings, and specify Send\Receive groups.
CONFIG.XML
Specify the path of the network
installation point.
Select the products to install.
Configure logging and the location
of the Setup customization file and
software updates.
Specify installation options, such
as user name.
Copy the local installation source
(LIS) to the user's computer
without installing Office.
Add or remove languages from the
installation.
Lync Server Management Shell
Cmdlet parameters
cmdlet
Setting
Description
Portrange\Enabled
Specifies whether the port ranges sent by
the server should be used by the client
for media and signaling. Used in
CsConferencingConfiguration
conjunction with the subvalues
MinMediaPort and MaxMediaPort.
ClientMediaPortRangeEnabled
Portrange\MinMediaPort
Specifies the starting port number to use
for media. Combines with MaxMediaPort
to specify the range of ports. The
CsConferencingConfiguration
recommended minimum range is 40
ports.
ClientMediaPort (represents
the starting port number to
use for client media)
Portrange\MaxMediaPort
Specifies the highest port number to use
for media. Combines with MinMediaPort
to specify the range of ports. The
CsConferencingConfiguration
recommended minimum range is 40
ports.
ClientMediaPortRange
(indicates the total number of
ports available for client media;
default is 40)
Ewan MacKellar
Microsoft Corporation
Lync Server 2010
OCS 2007 R2
Uses CMS (Central Management Store)
Lync 2010 client,
No Live Meeting client
Easy migration path
Topology Builder
No CMS (Central Management Store)
Configuration stored in Active Directory
Live Meeting and Office Communicator
client
Migration to Lync Server 2013 Preview
similar to Lync 2010 migration
Lync Server 2013 Preview infrastructure deployed
side-by-side with existing infrastructure
Similar to previous migrations
In place upgrade not supported
Migrate Side-by-side, Site-by-site
Ensures service continuity, low end user impact
Enables rollback, resiliency to logistical issues
Build  Pilot  Production
Minimize initial hardware requirements
Trial builds administrator and end user confidence and minimizes risk
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Support Boundaries
Server supports migration from N-1 or N-2
N (15): Lync 2013 Preview
N-1 (14): Lync 2010*
N-2 (13): Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2*
Client support depends on workload
N-1 client (Lync 2010) against Lync Server 2013 Preview
N-2 client (Communicator 2007 R2) against Lync Server 2013 Preview
N client (Lync 2013 Preview) against Lync 2010 Server
Voice Coexistence
Support Legacy Mediation Servers (N-1, N-2)
Lync 2013 Preview SBA cannot use the Lync 2010 Pool
* With Latest Updates
Persistent Chat supports migration from
N-1 (14): Lync 2010* Group Chat
N-2 (13): Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007 R2* Group Chat
Persistent Chat Client support
N-1 chat client (Lync 2010) against Lync 2013 Persistent Chat Server
N-2 chat client (Communicator 2007 R2) against Lync 2013 Persistent Chat Server
Lync 2013 Preview cannot connect to Legacy Group Chat
Servers
* With Latest Updates
Outbound Calls
Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA)
Home Server
Mediation Server
Lync Server 2013 Preview
2013
2013
Supported
Lync Server 2013 Preview - Lync
Server 2010
2013
2010
Supported
2010
2013
Supported
Lync Server 2013 Preview - OCS
2007 R2
2013
2007 R2
Supported
2007 R2
2013
Not Supported
Lync 2010 SBA
Lync 2013
Preview SBA
Lync 2010 Pool
Lync 2013 Preview
Pool
Supported
Supported *
Not Supported
Supported
* Contents from 2010 SBA will write monitoring and archiving
contents to Lync 2010 store
Inbound Calls
Mediation Server
Next Hop Server
Home Server
Lync Server 2013 Preview
2013
2013
2013
Supported
Lync Server 2013 Preview - Lync
Server 2010
2013
2013
2010
Supported
2010
2010
2013
Supported
Lync Server 2013 Preview - OCS
2007 R2
2013
2013
2007 R2
Supported
2007 R2
2007 R2
2013
Supported
** Assumed certified Gateways for the release of MS shown in the tables above
Topology
Download existing topology in Lync Server 2013 Preview Topology Builder
Define new Lync 2013 Preview Pool and publish the new topology
Use Lync Server 2013 Topology Builder, Lync 2010 topology builder cannot be used
Configuration
Data exists in Lync 2010 Central Management Store (CMS)
Lync Server 2013 Preview uses Lync 2010 CMS instance
Users (Performed on Lync 2013 Preview System)
Via Lync Server Control Panel
From Management Shell:
Roll back from Management Shell:
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Move-CsLegacyUser
Move-CsUser
Topology
Merge topology using the Topology builder
Imports Legacy topology and conference
directories
Rerun when Legacy topology changes
Publish the new topology
Configuration
Merge other configuration from Lync
Management Shell:
Import-CsLegacyConfiguration
Rerun when legacy configuration has changed
with -ReplaceExisting
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Users
Via Lync Server Control Panel
From Management Shell: Move-CsLegacyUser
Roll back from Management Shell: Move-CsUser
Other Move-Cs cmdlets
Applications:
Move-CsApplicationEndpoint
Response Group: Move-CsRgsConfiguration
Exchange UM contacts: Move-CsExUmContact
Conferencing dirs: Move-CsConferenceDirectory
Exchange 2013 Preview
Lync 2013 Preview
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