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SEFAUTIL service in a hybrid solution

SEFAUtil (secondary extension feature activation)

I installed Sefautil server and I hade problem to run the powershell commands set-csuserforwarding -sipaddress……
My server has two domain1.com and domain2.com.
The second fact is that the solution is running in an hybrid solution with some users in Office 365 and other user on the local server.
With a hybrid solution you need to point your sip.domain.com to the ip-address on your edge server.
If this isn’t done, your “onprem” users cannot have full dialog between onprem and online users.
My solution two get both domain1.com and domain2.com working great with sefautil server was to add sip.domain1.com and sip.domain2.com to my local frontend server host table with the IP-address to the local FE-server

Without this quickfix I got the error when I ran the command
Set-CsUserForwarding : The server was unable to process the request due to an internal error.  For more information…


After the host table was updated sip.domain1.com and sip.domain2.com pointing to local FE-server,
I just restarted sefautil service and Voila it worked like a dream.

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Skype for Business tas bort när du installerar Office 2016

När du sedan prövar att installera S4B klienten igen så får du felmmedelande

Screen shot of the We have detected these newer versions message in Office

 

Läs mer på länken https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3098207 eller  Skype for Business is removed when you upgrade to Office 2016

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Swedish (Sweden) Skype for Business stand-alone (32-bit)
Skype for Business stand-alone (64-bit)

MS15-104 Security update breaks Lync Server 2013 web services

Source: MS15-104 Security update breaks Lync Server 2013 web services

Don’t worry, there is a solution

Skype for Business Users’ pictures from URLs

A good option that has been gone for a while, now photo option is back. Thx for a good article Y0AW

y0aw excellent blogpost

 

y0av. With a zero.

This was out first on the November 2013 update for Lync Server 2013 where Microsoft brought back the (not so) loved Lync 2010 feature feature of allowing users to set their Lync pictures to internet accessible photos.
Soon, all users in the organization were superheroes and Sports Illustrated models.

Users that were not enabled for this feature will only see the following when trying to change their photo:

No photo option

A short command will add this feature to any policy that you had at the time and you could later control this with the Set-CsClientPolicy -DisplayPhoto, specifying “NoPhoto”,
“PhotosFromADOnly”, or “AllPhotos”

Now, what happens if you have a new client policy that requires this feature? (Or you never enabled it before?)

First, find out which policies are enabled with this feature by running the following:

Get-CsClientPolicy|ftIdentity,PolicyEntry

The result should be similar to this:

Before

unless this was never enabled in…

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September 2015 update for Lync Server 2013

You are fast Y0av, the same day it is released you have a post about ready

September update

y0av. With a zero.

The September 2015 CU for Lync Server 2013 is out, raising the Server version to 8308.920. 8308.927.

The purpose of this update is to address the vulnerabilities described in MS15-104, and it updates the Lync Server 2013 Web Components Server.

Download the update (KB3080353) here.

Download the CU (KB2809243) here.

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September 2015 CU for Lync Server 2013 and Skype FB is available

The September 2015 CU for Lync Server 2013 is out, raising the Server version to 8308.920. The purpose of this update is to address the vulnerabilities described in MS15-104, and it updates the Lync Server 2013 Web Components Server. Download the update (KB3080353) here. Download the CU (KB2809243) here.

Security update for Microsoft Lync Server 2013 (Web Components Server): September 2015

The security update is described in MS15-097: Description of the security update for Microsoft Lync 2013 (Skype for Business): September 8, 2015 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3085500

Download the update (KB3080353) here.

Download the CU (KB2809243) here.

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