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Configure Windows 2008 Server
Steps to follow
The steps to follow are listed in the Windows Initial Configuration Tasks dialog, as show on the figure below.
The following actions could be initiated via the Windows Initial Configuration Tasks window.
On Lync Express appliance, this application is accessible by double clicking on its shortcut on the Desktop (See figure below). If you are reading this document from the Lync Express Appliance, you can open the application by clicking here.
Double clicking on the shortcut shown in above image, will open the following screen.
Activate Windows Server 2008 R2
Lync Express appliance comes with Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64 bit pre-installed. In order to use this appliance, you must purchase and install a valid licence. Please contact Microsoft or its reseller in order to get appropriate licence.
Set time, date and time zone
By default, the time zone is set to "Eastern Time (US&Canada)". If you are not located in this time zone, you will have to change this setting. Also, make sure the time and date are properly set. Make sure date and time are synchronized with the domain controller.
Lync Express appliance comes with DHCP configured by default. In order to successfully deploy Microsoft Lync, the appliance has to be configured with a static IP parameters (IPv4 only).
See with your network administrator what are the configuration of your network and what IP address to use for Lync Express before configuring networking.
- IPv6 stack is disabled.
Provide computer name and domain
By default, Lync Express Appliance does not belong to any domain. Since Lync Server needs to be installed inside an active domain, it is mandatory to add the appliance in a domain before proceeding with Microsoft Lync Server deployment.
Check with your network administrator what are the network's active domain controller configurations.
If you are planning to use the Virtualized domain controller, don't forget to change your IP settings use that Virtualized domain controller as DNS server before joining to the domain.