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Lync Server 2010 étant tout récent, les livres décrivant le sujet ne sont pas légion. Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Unleashed coécrit par Alex Lewis, Andrew Abbate et Tom Pacyk devrait être disponible à partir d'avril 2011.

La description:

Microsoft Lync Server has become the Unified Communications platform of choice for thousands of businesses seeking to drive more value from all forms of communication. This is a comprehensive, independent, and practical guide to Lync Server 2010, the brand-new version of this increasingly popular technology. Drawing on their extensive experience, Alex Lewis, Andrew Abbate, adn Tom Pacyk cover all facets of planning, deploying, configuring, and managing Lync Server 2010 in enterprise environments. They present a detailed overview of the system and its components, offer step-by-step configuration instructions, and share dozens of best practices drawn from actual deployments. Technical professionals will find detailed chapters on each form of communication the server can manage, including IP voice, instant messaging, audio/video conferencing, web conferencing, and much more. Along the way, the authors present powerful insights into planning infrastructure; monitoring day-to-day operation; troubleshooting; federation; remote access; backup/restore, Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint Server integration; and many other essential topics.


  • The most complete, independent guide to Microsoft Lync Server - now the #2 most-requested Microsoft training topic behind Exchange!
  • Combines theory, hands-on, step-by-step configuration instructions, and best practices from real enterprise environments
  • Includes coverage of Microsoft Exchagne and SharePoint Servers available in no other book

  • Le contenu:


    Part I: Overview

    Chapter 1: What Is Microsoft Lync Server 2010?

    Chapter 2: What’s New in Microsoft Lync Server 2010?

    Chapter 3: Feature Overview of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

    Chapter 4: Benefits of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

    Part II: Microsoft Lyncs Server 2010 Server Roles

    Chapter 5: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Front End

    Chapter 6: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Edge

    Chapter 7: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Monitoring

    Chapter 8: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Archiving

    Chapter 9: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Director

    Part III: External Dependencies

    Chapter 10: Dependent Services

    Chapter 11: SQL

    Chapter 12: Firewall and Security Requirements

    Part IV: Administration and Management

    Chapter 13: Monitoring Microsoft Lync Server 2010

    Chapter 14: Backup and Restore of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

    Chapter 15: Administration of Microsoft Lync Server 2010

    Part V: Migrating from Older Versions

    Chapter 16: Migrating from LCS and OCS

    Part VI: Voice

    Chapter 17: PBX Integration

    Chapter 18: Enterprise Voice

    Chapter 19: Audio Conferencing

    Part VII: Integration with Other Applications

    Chapter 20: Exchange 2010 Integration

    Chapter 21: SharePoint 2010 Integration

    Chapter 22: UCMA

    Part VIII: Clients

    Chapter 23: Mac Client

    Chapter 24: Mobile Clients

    Chapter 25: Brower/Silverlight Client

    Chapter 26: UC Endpoints

    Part IX: Planning for Deployment

    Chapter 27: Virtualization

    Chapter 28: Planning for Internal Non-Voice Deployment

    Chapter 29: Planning for Deploying External Services

    Chapter 30: Planning for Voice Deployment

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