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Create Location Policies

 

Topic Last Modified: 2012-06-11

Lync Server uses a location policy to enable Lync 2010 clients for E9-1-1 during client registration. A location policy contains the settings that define how E9-1-1 is implemented.

You can edit the global location policy and create new tagged location policies. A client obtains a global policy when the client is not located within a subnet with an associated location policy, or when the client has not been directly assigned a location policy. Tagged policies are assigned to subnets or users.

To create a location policy, you must use an account that is a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdmins group or is a member of the CsVoiceAdministrator administrative role, or an account that has equivalent administrator rights and permissions.

For a complete description of location policies, see Defining the Location Policy. Cmdlets in this procedure use a location policy defined by using the following values:

 

Element Value

EnhancedEmergencyServicesEnabled

True

LocationRequired

Yes

UseLocationForE911Only

False

PstnUsage

EmergencyUsage

EmergencyDialString

911

EmergencyDialMask

112

NotificationUri

sip:security@litwareinc.com

ConferenceUri

sip:+14255550123@litwareinc.com

ConferenceMode

twoway

For details about working with location policies, see the Lync Server Management Shell documentation for the following cmdlets:

  • New-CsLocationPolicy
  • Get-CsLocationPolicy
  • Set-CsLocationPolicy
  • Remove-CsLocationPolicy
  • Grant-CsLocationPolicy
  1. Start the Lync Server Management Shell: Click Start, click All Programs, click Microsoft Lync Server 2010, and then click Lync Server Management Shell.

    noteNote:
    CsLocationPolicy will fail if the setting for PstnUsage is not already in the Global list of PstnUsages.
  2. Optionally, run the following cmdlet to edit the global location policy:

    Set-CsLocationPolicy -Identity Global -EnhancedEmergencyServicesEnabled $true -LocationRequired "yes" -PstnUsage "emergencyUsage" -EmergencyDialString "911" -ConferenceMode "twoway" -ConferenceUri "sip:+14255550123@litwareinc.com" -EmergencyDialMask "112" NotificationUri "sip:security@litwareinc.com" -UseLocationForE911Only $true
    
    
  3. Run the following to create a tagged location policy.

    New-CsLocationPolicy -Identity Tag:Redmond - EnhancedEmergencyServicesEnabled $true -LocationRequired "yes" -UseLocationForE911Only $false -PstnUsage "EmergencyUsage" -EmergencyDialString "911" -EmergencyDialMask "112" -NotificationUri "sip:security@litwareinc.com" -ConferenceUri "sip:+14255550123@litwareinc.com" -ConferenceMode "twoway"
    
    
  4. Run the following cmdlet to apply the tagged location policy that you created in step 3 to a user policy.

    (Get-CsUser | where { $_.Name -match "UserName" }) | Grant-CsLocationPolicy -PolicyName Redmond
    
 
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