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Deployment process for Response Group in Lync Server 2013

Lync Server 2013
 

Topic Last Modified: 2012-09-27

This section provides an overview of the phases and steps involved in deploying the Response Group application.

Response Group Deployment Process

Phase Steps Permissions Deployment documentation

Install the Response Group application

The Response Group application is installed and activated by default when you deploy Enterprise Voice.

RTCUniversalServerAdmins

Deploying Enterprise Voice in Lync Server 2013

Install components for Response Group

Lync Server cmdlets, the Lync Server Control Panel, Response Group Configuration Tool, agents' sign-in and sign-out console, and Response Group Client Web service are installed as part of Web Services. Web Services is installed when you deploy an Enterprise Edition pool or a Standard Edition server.

RTCUniversalServerAdmins

Deploying Lync Server 2013

Enable users for Lync 2013 and for Enterprise Voice

Enable users who will be agents for Lync Server and Enterprise Voice. Users must be enabled before you can add them to agent groups. Typically, users are enabled for Lync Server during the Enterprise Edition or Standard Edition server deployment. Users are enabled for Enterprise Voice during the Enterprise Voice deployment.

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CsUserAdministrator

CsAdministrator

Disable or re-enable user account for Lync Server 2013

Enable users for Enterprise Voice in Lync Server 2013

Create and configure response groups, which consist of agent groups, queues, and workflows

  1. Use the Lync Server Control Panel or Lync Server Management Shell to do the following:

    1. Create and configure agent groups.

    2. Create and configure queues.

  2. Optionally, use Lync Server Management Shell to create predefined response group business hours and holidays.

  3. Use the Response Group Configuration Tool or Lync Server Management Shell to create workflows (hunt groups or interactive voice response (IVR) call flows), including custom response group business hours and holidays.

    noteNote:
    You can access the Response Group Configuration Tool through Lync Server Control Panel.

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CsResponseGroupAdministrator

CsVoiceAdministrator

CsServerAdministrator

CsAdministrator

CsResponseGroupManager

Create Response Group agent groups Lync Server 2013

Create Response Group queues in Lync Server 2013

(Optional) Define Response Group business hours in Lync Server 2013

(Optional) Define Response Group holiday sets in Lync Server 2013

Create or modify a workflow in Lync Server 2013

(Optional) Customize application-level settings

Use Lync Server Management Shell to customize the default music-on-hold configuration, the default music-on-hold audio file, the agent ringback grace period, and the call context configuration.

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CsResponseGroupAdministrator

CsVoiceAdministrator

CsServerAdministrator

CsAdministrator

Managing application-level Response Group settings in Lync Server 2013

(Optional) Delegate management of response groups

Assign users the CsResponseGroupManager role to delegate configuration of response groups. Response Group Managers can then configure the response groups assigned to them.

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CsResponseGroupAdministrator

CsVoiceAdministrator

CsServerAdministrator

CsAdministrator

Planning for role-based access control in Lync Server 2013

Verify your Response Group deployment

Test answering calls to your hunt group and interactive voice response workflows to ensure that your configuration works as expected.

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