Core Solution of Microsoft Lync Server 2013

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5 days
9.00am to 5.00pm
80 Jurong East Street 21 #04-04
Devan Nair Institute
Singapore 609607
Course Fees:
S$3,000 (excl of G.S.T)
2019 Course Dates
19 – 23 Aug 2019
30 Sep – 4 Oct 2019
2 – 6 Dec 2019
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Do note that this course listed is a Microsoft Digital Class (DMOC Class). You are required to bring your own device.

Course Overview

This instructor-led course teaches IT professionals how to plan, design, deploy, configure, and administer a Microsoft Lync Server 2013 solution. The course emphasizes Lync Server 2013 Enterprise Unified Communications features with particular emphasis on coexisting with and migrating from legacy communication services. The labs in this course create a solution that includes IM and Presence, Conferencing, and Persistent Chat. This course helps the student prepare for Exam 70-336.

Program Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

• Describe the overall server and client Lync Server 2013 architecture

• Describe Lync 2013 features and user scenarios

• Describe the Lync Server deployment process

• Describe the components of a Lync Server 2013 Design

• Plan for Microsoft Solutions Framework for Lync 2013

• Plan Infrastructure Requirements for Lync Server 2013

• Use the Lync Server 2013 Planning Tool

• Use Topology Builder

• Plan for Site Topology

• Design a Site Topology

• Plan the Server Infrastructure

• Design Documentation Using Microsoft Office

• Use Lync Server 2013 management interfaces

• Configure Role-Based Access Control

• Prepare for client deployment

• Deploy and manage clients

• Prepare for device deployment

• Deploy and manage Internet Protocol (IP) phones

• Describe conferencing in Lync Server 2013

• Describe dial-in conferencing in Lync Server 2013

• Manage and administer dial-in conferencing in Lync Server 2013

• Describe the conferencing capabilities of Lync Server 2013

• Design audio and video for web conferencing

• Plan for instant message and presence Federation

• Design Edge services

• Describe the features and concepts for Persistent Chat in Lync Server 2013

• Design Lync Server 2013 to include Persistent Chat

• Deploy and configure Persistent chat in Lync Server 2013

• Describe the Archiving service

• Describe the Monitoring service

• Configure the Archiving and Monitoring services

• Describe and use the Lync Server 2013 troubleshooting tools

• Describe the required daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance tasks

• Describe the fundamental troubleshooting approach to Lync Server 2013 issues

• Use SIP commands and analyze SIP logs

• Describe high availability in Lync Server 2013

• Configure High Availability features in Lync Server 2013

• Plan for load balancing in Lync Server 2013

• Design load balancing in Lync Server 2013

• Describe the high availability options in Lync Server 2013

• Describe the tools for backing up and restoring Lync Server 2013 data

• Backup and restore critical Lync Server 2013 data

• Export and import critical Lync Server 2013 data

• Describe design considerations for branch site scenarios

• Describe the migration process

• Describe migration and coexistence topologies

• Plan for client and device migration

• Design a software deployment strategy for Lync 2013

Course Outline

Module 1: Architecture and Design Approach for Microsoft Lync Server 2013

Module 2: Designing a Lync Server 2013 Topology

Module 3: Configuring Users and Rights in Microsoft Lync Server 2013

Module 4: Client and Device Deployment and Management

Module 5: Conferencing in Lync Server 2013

Module 6: Designing and Deploying External Access

Module 7: Deploying Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Persistent Chat

Module 8: Monitoring and Archiving

Module 9: Administration and Maintenance of Lync Server 2013

Module 10: High Availability in Lync Server 2013

Module 11: Disaster Recovery in Lync Server 2013

Module 12: Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2013

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You get everything you need for conversations in one app—IM, audio and video calls, online meetings and sharing. It’s simple to collaborate right from your Office apps. You’ll see the contact card of everyone working in the same app as you so you can quickly send them an IM or email, or start a call. You can also schedule meetings and see IM history in Outlook, and start meetings from apps like Word and PowerPoint to present whatever you’re working on.

  • Reach out to anyone in your company, or to the hundreds of millions of people on Skype, on your favorite device or web browser. Even if they’re not on Skype for Business, up to 250 people can join meetings—all they need is a landline phone or Internet connection.
  • availability of contacts based on Microsoft Outlook contacts stored in a Microsoft Exchange Server
  • users can retrieve contact lists from a local directory service such as Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Microsoft Office can show if other people are working on the same document[14]
  • all communication between the clients takes place through a Microsoft Lync Server. This makes communications more secure, as messages do not need to leave the corporate intranet, unlike with the Internet-based Windows Live Messenger. The server can be set to relay messages to other instant messaging networks, avoiding installation of extra software at the client side.
  • a number of client types are available for Microsoft Lync, including mobile clients.
  • uses SIP as the basis for its client communication protocol[15]
  • offers support for TLS and SRTP to encrypt and secure signaling and media traffic
  • allows sharing files.