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Planning Primer: Planning for Your Organization


Topic Last Modified: 2012-09-24

The topics in this section help you get started with planning your Lync Server deployment.

  • Deciding How to Deploy Microsoft Lync provides guidelines for choosing between these basic deployment scenarios for Lync Server 2013.
  • Beginning the Planning Process helps you understand how to get started planning an on-premises deployment and how the planning documentation works with Topology Builder.
  • Topology Basics You Must Know Before Planning describes the basics of Lync Server topologies, including sites, server pools, and topologies that support high availability and disaster recovery.
  • Initial Planning Decisions takes you through the questions you must answer to decide what workloads and features of Lync Server to deploy.
  • Clients for Lync Server 2013 describes the different types of client software that you can deploy to your organization’s users, including computer-installed client software, web-based clients, and mobile devices.
  • Reference Topologies shows three sample topologies that illustrate good topology design in three typical organization types, and explains the reasoning behind many of the decisions in designing those topologies.
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