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Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Windows Client - Installing the Client

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The Lync 2013 client for Windows now comes as part of the Microsoft Office 2013 setup package, which enables organizations to leverage familiar deployment tools such as the Office Customization Tool (OCT) when deploying Lync clients to users.

It’s certainly still possible to install just the Lync 2013 application by following these steps:

1. Launch the Office 2013 installation package.

2. Accept the licensing terms and click Continue.

3. Click Customize.

4. Click on each product and select Not Available, as shown in Figure 1.

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Figure 1. Lync client installation.

5. Click Microsoft Lync and select Run from My Computer.

6. Click Continue.

7. Click Close to exit the installer and then launch the Lync 2013 client.


Note

The Lync 2013 client can actually coexist on the same system with Communicator 2007 R2 or Lync 2010. The legacy versions are not automatically removed during the installation.

Signing In

After the client is installed, a user can try to sign in. In a typical corporate environment the user’s SIP address is automatically detected from Active Directory and credentials are passed to Lync transparently, so no action is required.

In some cases the user might need to enter a SIP address and password. If the user’s SIP address is not the same as the user principal name (UPN) within Active Directory, the user will also be challenged for the NetBIOS domain name and username.

If automatic sign-in cannot be used, the server settings can be manually configured through the Lync options. Click the Options icon on the right side of the screen, click Personal, and then click the Advanced button. Select Manual configuration and then enter an internal and external server name. The format for these entries should be <Lync Pool FQDN>:<Port Number>. The internal server port will typically be 5061 while the external server port is usually 443.

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