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Live Communications Server Administration

  • Authors


  • LCS has proven to be a successful core server for Microsoft and is gaining emphasis in the latest wave of Office/Exchange releases

  • Corporations are moving away from traditional PBXs and into more modern tel solutions

  • Well positioned to take advantage of both of these industry transitions, with expertise coming straight from the product team


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Introducing Live Communications Server

  3. Setting It Up

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 77-77
  4. Configuring Live Communications Server

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 143-143
    2. Pages 145-154
    3. Pages 155-171
    4. Pages 173-213
  5. Getting the Most from LCS

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 227-227
    2. Pages 229-242

About this book


Pro LCS: Live Communications Server Administration will guide you on how to best leverage Microsofts Live Communications Server 2005 (LCS) to improve your business communications. This information-packed volume includes everything you need to know about LCS, but were afraid to ask. This includes all the different clients that you can utilize and how you can best deploy them.

This book comes loaded with handy hints and tips, useful real-world scenarios, and extensive walkthroughs aimed at getting you up and running as quickly and painlessly as possible. It even includes a complete discussion about setting up a pilot deployment and rolling out the final solution in your chosen environment. This book is the expert guide to LCS for administrators, systems integrators, architects, and product or project managers who want to get the most out of LCS.

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About the authors

Rui Maximo has 12 years of experience shipping more than 10 commercial software products for IBM and Microsoft, from educational software to operating systems, mobile devices, and server products. Rui has been a lead program manager working in the Unified Communications Group since Live Communications Server 2003. He has been responsible for management of the Active Directory schema extensions; migration from Exchange 2000 IM; definition of supported topologies; design of the Admin Tools MMC, WMI, LcsSync, and MOM Pack; and work on VoIP before leading the Office Communicator Web Access Server product. He's played an important contributing role as a technical expert in developing the product's documentation, Microsoft Professional Exam for LCS 2005, and presenting at major conferences. Rui has been living in the Pacific Northwest and working at Microsoft for the past 10 years as a software design engineer and program manager.

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