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A series of updates for Office Communication Server 2007 R2 has been made available for download.

Communications Server 2007 R2

Build: 6907.244

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Communicator Client

Build: 6907.244

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Group Chat Server, Admin and Client

Build: 6907.244

Readme

Download

 

A series of updates for Office Communication Server 2007 R2 has been made available for download.

Communications Server 2007 R2

Build: 6907.244

Readme

Download

 

Communicator Client

Build: 6907.244

Readme

Download

 

Group Chat Server, Admin and Client

Build: 6907.244

Readme

Download

 

Duing an migration from OCS 2007 R2 to Lync a hunt group was deleted in OCS 2007 R2, however the sip address and uri line was still active in Lync as an offline user, as showen below.

So to remove this permanently you first need to find the sip uri for the contacts object (if you don’t know it already).

You can use this command:

Get-CsApplicationEndpoint

So to remove the old hunt group or response group you have to use the rgscot.exe utility on the OCS Server.

The utility is located in “C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2”

RgsCot.exe /delete /primaryuri:sip:”SIP URI”

It should respond with this

The contact object for sip: ”SIP URI”  has been deleted successfully.

Then update the Lync Address book (Update-CsAddressBook) and wait awhile for it to get removed from the clients’ address book copy.

Duing an migration from OCS 2007 R2 to Lync the Dialin Conference number was removed in OCS, however it was still present in Lync.

This was showen on the Dialin Page in Lync, where the last entry is the OCS 2007 R2 number.

It’s not possible to remove or change OCS conference numbers in Lync or vice versa. The number has to be moved to Lync if it shall be handle correctly.

So to remove the old numer you have to find the SIP address for the “correct” Lync dialin number:

Get-CsDialInConferencingAccessNumber |fl

Then run this command

Set-CsDialInConferencingAccessNumber “Sip Address” –ScopeToSite

This will do the trick and the OCS number is removed in the Lync dialin page.

 

 

Duing an migration from OCS 2007 R2 to Lync the Dialin Conference number was removed in OCS, however it was still present in Lync.

This was showen on the Dialin Page in Lync, where the last entry is the OCS 2007 R2 number.

It’s not possible to remove or change OCS conference numbers in Lync or vice versa. The number has to be moved to Lync if it shall be handle correctly.

So to remove the old numer you have to find the SIP address for the “correct” Lync dialin number:

Get-CsDialInConferencingAccessNumber |fl

Then run this command

Set-CsDialInConferencingAccessNumber “Sip Address” –ScopeToSite

This will do the trick and the OCS number is removed in the Lync dialin page.

 

 

Microsoft has updated the Live Meeting Client with a January 2011 update:

Read about it here
Download load it here

/Joachim

If you have problems with the communicator reports that address book can’t be synchronized or that it can’t expand a distribution list (error with distribution group service) you could check several stuffs, including if there is any errors in event log on the Front End server. Also check the certificate on the server isn’t expired. If the certificate has been changed recently also check on the IIS web site that the certificate has been changed to the new certificate.
I have seen this error, that the certificate has been changed successful in OCS but it hasn’t been changed in the IIS.

/Joachim

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