After a (successful) migration from Lync 2010 to Lync 2013 I wanted to decommission the old Lync 2010 servers. In my previous blog post I already explained why the CMS didn’t want to move, but the next issue was challenging as well.
Before removing the last Lync front-end server you have to remove all Lync 2010 objects from this front-end server. Well known issue for example is the conference directory that for some reason always stays at the front-end server.
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After upgrading from Lync 2010 to Lync 2013 I was not able to move the CMS from the Lync 2010 front-end server to the Lync 2013 front-end server using the Move-CsManagementServer command. It constantly returned this error:
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As promised in my previous blog post about Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013 I’ve also been testing this same scenario with Lync 2010 and Exchange 2010. The basics are the same, it’s more or less the GUI that’s different…. Here you go!
UM Language Pack
Download and install the appropriate Exchange 2010 SP2 Language Packs from Exchange Server 2010 SP2 UM Language Packs – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=28191 Continue reading Lync 2010 and Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging
In a previous blog post with an introduction of Lync Server 2010 I already showed the setup flow. The most important part is the central SQL server, the Central Management Server or CMS. In this blogpost I’ll continue with the installation of Lync Server 2010.
Lync Server preparations
I’ll start with a simple setup (just like most customers tend to do). I’ll install Lync Server 2010 for instant messaging, presence information and (simple) video conferencing. Initially I’ll setup this up for interal use only, but in a future blog post I’ll connect the Lync environment to the internet so users at home can connect. Or parters (federation) can connect to our Lync environment of course.
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For testing purposes I wanted to Lync Enable the (default) administrator account in Active Directory using the Lync Control Panel. This failed with the following error:
Active Directory operation failed on “wes-dc02.wesselius.local”. You cannot retry this operation: “Insufficient access rights to perform the operation 00002098: SecErr: DSID-03150BB9, problem 4005 (INSUFF_ACCESS_RIGHTS), data 0”. You do not have the appropriate permissions to perform this operation in Active Directory.
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