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Post by Admin on Mon Apr 28, 2014 4:13 pm

As lots of people are going to step over from office 2010 to Office 2013 there might be a problem showing up
when connecting to the office communicator server.

This is easy explainable and the resolving is as easy as can be:

Explanation: The office Communicator server is most for office communicator and doesn't communicate with lync automatically
most companies do not have a Lync comm server. When starting lync and connecting to a office comm server lync starts a server check which resolves in error and not connecting lync.

Below the solution for this.

Add this in notepad, save as reg file and click on it when ready, make sure lync has been shut down.

copy text below

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Office\15.0\lync]
"DisableServerCheck"=dword:00000001


save it as save-all files - Lync2013forOCS2007R2.reg
when done start lync, after filling in details in some point you will see two times your email address and pw, change the second email address to your company or domain user name like ex: DOMAIN\username or ID. Done

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