intradomain federation with Microsoft Lync, you must configure TLS; TCP is not
supported. See the chapter
Microsoft Lync for Partitioned Intradomain Federation for more
chapter describes the configuration steps for enabling partitioned intradomain
IM and Presence
Service and Microsoft
The following Microsoft server platforms are supported:
For further information on the steps involved see the Configure Microsoft Lync for Partitioned Intradomain Federation chapter.
Server 2010, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition
Server 2013, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition
Server 2007 Release 2, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition
Presence Service does not support an ASA in partitioned intradomain
If you have a
mixed deployment of both Lync and OCS servers, you must run the user migration
tools for the Lync users, and then run the user migration tools for the OCS
We recommended that you use the Federation Wizard to configure Partitioned Intradomain Federation. This Federation Wizard allows you to automatically configure partitioned intradomain federation with Microsoft Lync, by creating the Static Routes, Access Control Lists and TLS peers that are required for Partitioned Intradomain Federation and provides the Windows server PowerShell CLI commands required to configure modifications on the Lync server.
To launch the Federation wizard from the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence Administration, click
However you can still manually configure this feature.