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Lync 2010 Attendant Group Policy

Lync Server 2010
 

Topic Last Modified: 2011-02-10

One way to provide the appropriate registry settings for each user when you are deploying Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendant is to define Group Policy settings. You can deploy Lync 2010 Attendant Group Policy settings without affecting users who are running previous versions of Attendant.

This table introduces the Lync 2010 Attendant Group Policy settings.

Group Policy Settings for Lync 2010 Attendant

Policy Name Display Name Definition

AttendantSafeTransfer

Attendant - Safe Transfer

Enables or disables the safe transfer feature in Lync 2010 Attendant and prevents the user from changing this setting in Attendant Options. With Safe Transfer enabled, transfers reappear in the incoming area with a Failed Transfer notification when they do not reach their intended recipient.

If this policy is set to zero, Safe Transfer is turned off, and the user setting in the Options dialog box is disabled.

If this policy is set to a nonzero value, Safe Transfer is turned on, and the user setting in the Options dialog box is disabled.

If this policy is not set, the user can change the setting in the Options dialog box.

DisableMusicOnHold

Attendant - Music On Hold Disabled

Enables or disables Music on Hold in Lync 2010 Attendant and prevents the user from changing the setting in Attendant Options.

If this policy is set to a nonzero value, Music on Hold is disabled, and the user setting in the Options dialog box is disabled.

If this policy is not set or set to zero, Music on Hold can be configured by the user (the default is no music on hold), unless MusicOnHoldAudioFile is set.

Note: When MusicOnHoldDisabled is set to a nonzero value, and MusicOnHoldAudioFile is also set, Music on Hold is disabled (MusicOnHoldDisabled takes precedence).

MusicOnHoldAudioFile

Attendant - Music On Hold Audio File

Enables or disables the ability for the user to specify the Music on Hold file in Attendant Options.

If this policy is set, the string specifies the file to use for Music on Hold. Music on Hold is forced on with this audio file, and the option is disabled. The file that is specified for Music on Hold must be available to all computers on which this policy applies. You can put this file on a file share that these computers can access.

If this policy is not set, the user can change the setting in the Options dialog box, unless MusicOnHoldDisabled is set.

noteNote:
When MusicOnHoldDisabled is set to a nonzero value and MusicOnHoldAudioFile is also set, Music on Hold is disabled (MusicOnHoldDisabled takes precedence).
noteNote:
The DisableBalloonWarning setting is obsolete in Lync 2010 Attendant.
 
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