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Verify Federation and Remote Access for External Users (Office Communications Server 2007 Migration)

Lync Server 2010
 

Topic Last Modified: 2011-04-06

After transitioning the federation route to the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Edge Server and Director, you should perform some functional tests to verify that federation performs as expected. Tests for external user access should include each type of external user that your organization supports, including any or all of the following.

To test connectivity of external users and external access
  1. Test instant messaging (IM), presence, audio/video (A/V), and desktop sharing for users from at least one federated domain, an internal user on Lync Server 2010, and a user on Office Communications Server 2007.

  2. Test users of each public IM service provider that your organization supports (and for which provisioning has been completed) communicating with a user on Lync Server 2010 and a user on Office Communications Server 2007.

  3. Verify anonymous users are able to join conferences.

  4. Test IM, presence, A/V, and desktop sharing for a user hosted on Office Communications Server 2007 using remote user access (logging into Office Communications Server 2007 from outside the intranet but without a virtual private network (VPN)) with a user on Lync Server 2010, and a user on Office Communications Server 2007.

  5. Test IM, presence, A/V, and desktop sharing for a user hosted on Lync Server 2010 using remote user access (logging into Lync Server 2010 from outside the intranet but without VPN) with a user on Lync Server 2010, and a user on Office Communications Server 2007.

 
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