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Step 3: Populating the Required Attributes for Lync Server

Lync Server 2010
 

Topic Last Modified: 2011-07-07

The following table shows the attributes that must be mapped from a user object in the user forest to a corresponding disabled user object in the resource forest using the example user, User A.

Attributes on User and Contact Objects

Attribute User A in User Forest Disabled user account for User A in a Resource Forest

Cn

Dylan

Dylan

ObjectSID

sidDylan

 

msRTCSIP-OriginatorSID

noteNote:
In a deployment that includes Microsoft Exchange Server, set the msRTCSIP-OriginatorSID attribute to the value from the msExchMasterAccountSID attribute.

msRTCSIP-OriginatorSID

 

sidDylan

telephoneNumber

555-1234

555-1234

displayName

Dylan Miller

Dylan Miller

givenName

Dylan

Dylan

Surname

Miller

Miller

physicalDeliveryOfficeName

4500

4500

l (city)

Redmond

Redmond

st (state)

WA

WA

Country

U.S.A

U.S.A

Title

Director

Director

Mail

dylan@contoso.com

dylan@contoso.com

Company

Contoso

Contoso

thumbnailphoto

manager

User A

User A

Department

Department

Department

noteNote:
In resource forest deployments with Microsoft Exchange Server, all attributes are already populated except for the ones beginning with the ms-RTC-SIP prefix. Populate these attributes using the security identifier (SID) Mapping Tool. For details, see Use the SID Mapping Tool to Populate Attributes in a Resource Forest.
 
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