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By using this template only the first 4 parameters need to be modified to work with any Lync environment.The first group of settings under the contains the only other settings which must be modified and these would be global across all devices in the environment so they only need to be configured once.
As editing raw XML can be a little tricky and the above text is clearly not fun to read through it is suggested to use an XML editor, like Microsoft’s XML Notepad 2007 to manipulate the content once it is saved as a text file.Versions prior to 4.0.1 are incapable of registering to Lync and are unsupported.The most basic requirement for any client or device to natively register to Lync is the ability to support TLS communications.In previous versions (Polycom SIP software 3.x or earlier) this manual process was not available.Also the firmware was packaged differently in the previous SIP versions as the device firmware was provided as two separate binary files, the bootloader image and the application image.Normally the connecting endpoint must trust the certificate authority which issued the server certificate that is used by the Lync registrar service.
Typically the Windows Lync client will automatically trust the Lync server as that server’s certificate is most often issued by an internal Windows CA.
These include providing the CA certificate hash as well as the Lync registrar name.
Afterward the template file can be duplicated and only the previous two user specific values would need to be updated for use with a different device.
Thus for the tire kickers and pilot testers out there this article will simmer down all of those provisioning steps into the most basic components and outline exactly how to register a single device to a Lync server.
The basic Lync Integration capabilities are introduced in the UC 4.0.1 firmware release which runs on various Sound Point IP, Sound Station IP, Spectra Link, and Business Media Phones.
The official Polycom Lync integration documentation covers in detail how to handle provisioning of the standard SIP phones as well as how to further define Lync integration settings.