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Determining Your Infrastructure Requirements for Lync Server 2010 (RC)

Determining Your Infrastructure Requirements for Lync Server 2010 (RC)

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Published by: Mahmoud Magdy on Sep 16, 2011
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  • Determining Your Infrastructure Requirements
  • Determining Your System Requirements
  • Hardware and Software Platform Requirements
  • Additional Software Requirements
  • Network Infrastructure Requirements
  • Active Directory Domain Services Requirements, Support, and Topologies
  • •Active Directory Domain Services Support
  • Active Directory Domain Services Support
  • Supported Active Directory Topologies
  • Active Directory Infrastructure Requirements
  • Domain Name System (DNS) Requirements
  • Determining DNS Requirements
  • DNS Requirements for Front End Pools
  • DNS Requirements for a Front End Pool
  • DNS Requirements for Standard Edition Servers
  • DNS Requirements for a Standard Edition Server
  • DNS Requirements for Simple URLs
  • DNS Requirements for Automatic Client Sign-In
  • Certificate Infrastructure Requirements
  • Certificate Requirements for Internal Servers
  • Certificate Requirements for External User Access
  • Port Requirements
  • Ports and Protocols
  • IPsec Exceptions
  • Internet Information Services (IIS) Requirements
  • IIS Requirements for Front End Pools and Standard Edition Servers

Platform requirements for Microsoft Lync Server 2010 communications software include the
server hardware and the operating systems to be installed on the servers. These server
requirements apply to each server on which you plan to deploy Lync Server 2010, including each
Front End Server, each Edge Server, and each add additional Lync Server role. Server
requirements also include the hardware and software for the database servers in your
deployment, such as the Back End Server.
For details about the supported platforms for servers in a physical topology and clients, see the
Supported Hardware and Server and Tools Operating System Support sections in the
Supportability documentation. For details about supported hardware for virtualized topologies,
see Running in a Virtualized Environment in the Planning for Other Features documentation.

Determining Your Infrastructure Requirements for Microsoft Lync Server 2010


For details about other system requirements for client computers and devices, see Client
Software and Infrastructure Support in the Supportability documentation.

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