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Quick Connect Express for AD 5.6 - Administrator Guide

Installing Quick Connect Express for AD Working with Active Directory Working with an AD LDS (ADAM) instance Working with Lync Server Working with Exchange Server

Modifying an existing Lync Server connection

Working with Lync Server > Modifying an existing Lync Server connection

To modify connection settings

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Connections tab.
  2. Click Connection settings below the existing Lync Server connection you want to modify.
  3. Expand the Specify Lync Server name and access account element to modify the following settings:
    • Lync Server computer name. Specify the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the Lync Server computer to which you want to connect.
    • User name. Specify a domain user account that has sufficient rights to administer Lync Server users. The account must be a member of all of the following groups that Lync Server creates in Active Directory: CsAdministrator, CsUserAdministrator, and CsServerAdministrator.
    • Password. Type the password of the specified user account.
  4. When you are finished, click Save.

Lync Server data supported out of the box

Working with Lync Server > Lync Server data supported out of the box

The next table lists the Lync Server object types supported by the Lync Server Connector out of the box and the operations you can perform on these objects by using the Lync Server Connector.

 

Table 6: Supported objects and operations

Object

Read

Create

Delete

Update

User

Allows you to read and write data related to users in Lync Server.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

ArchivingPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom archiving policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see ArchivingPolicy object attributes.

ClientPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom client policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Client policies define which Lync Server features are available to users.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see ClientPolicy object attributes.

ClientVersionPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom client version policies configured by user in Lync Server.

These policies define what clients (such as Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2) and their versions can be used in conjunction with Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see ClientVersionPolicy object attributes.

ConferencingPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom conferencing policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see ConferencingPolicy object attributes.

DialPlanPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom dial plan policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see DialPlanPolicy object attributes.

ExternalAccessPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom external access policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see ExternalAccessPolicy object attributes.

LocationPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom location policies configured by user in Lync Server.

These policies determine the configuration of the Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) Location Information service.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see LocationPolicy object attributes.

MobilityPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom mobility policies configured by user in Lync Server.

These policies determine who can use mobility features (such as Call via Work, voice over IP (VoIP), or video).

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see MobilityPolicy object attributes.

PersistentChatPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom persistent chat policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see PersistentChatPolicy object attributes.

PinPolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom PIN policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see PinPolicy object attributes.

VoicePolicy

Allows you to read and write data related to custom voice policies configured by user in Lync Server.

Yes

No

No

Yes

You can only update one attribute provided for this object type. For details, see VoicePolicy object attributes.

LyncSettings

Allows you to read data related to a number of Lync Server settings.

LyncSettings is not a native LyncServer object type and only exists in the Lync Server Connector schema.

Yes

No

No

No

For each of the above-listed Lync Server object types One Identity Quick Connect Express for Active Directory provides special attributes that allow you to read or write data in Lync Server. You can access and use these attributes from the Quick Connect Administration Console (for example, when selecting the source and target attributes you want to participate in the synchronization operation).

The next sections describe the attributes provided by One Identity Quick Connect Express for Active Directory and explain what data you can read or write in Lync Server by using a particular attribute.

In the next sections:

User object attributes

 

Table 7: User attributes

Attribute

Type

Description

Supported operations

ArchivingPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the Archiving policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

AudioVideoDisabled

Single-valued, Boolean

Allow you to get or set the Telephony option value for the Lync Server user.

For more information, see Getting or setting the Telephony option value in Lync Server.

Read, write

EnterpriseVoice
Enabled

Single-valued, Boolean

Read, write

RemoteCallControl
TelephonyEnabled

Single-valued, Boolean

Read, write

ClientPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the
Client policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

ClientVersionPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the
Client version policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

ConferencingPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the Conferencing policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

DialPlan

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the dial plan for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

DisplayName

Single-valued, string

Gets the value of the Display name option for the Lync Server user.

Read

DistinguishedName

Single-valued, string

Gets the distinguished name of the Lync Server user.

Read

EnabledForLyncServer

Single-valued, Boolean

Gets or sets whether or not the user account is enabled and can log on to Lync Server.

Read, write

ExternalAccessPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the External access policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

Identity

Single-valued, string

Gets the unique identifier of the User object.

Read

LineServerURI

Single-valued, string

Gets or sets the value of the
Line Server URI option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

LineURI

Single-valued, string

Gets or sets the value of the
Line URI option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

LocationPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the Location policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

ObjectClass

Single-valued, string

Gets the type of the Lync Server object. For possible Lync Server object types, see the table at the beginning of the section titled Lync Server data supported out of the box.

Read

PinPolicy

Single-valued, reference

Gets or sets the value of the
Pin policy option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

PrivateLine

Single-valued, string

Gets or sets phone number for the user’s private telephone line. This private phone number is not published in Active Directory.

Read, write

RegistrarPool

Single-valued, string

Gets or sets the value of the Registrar pool option for the Lync Server user.

Read, write

SipAddress

Single-valued, string

Gets or sets the value of the
SIP address option for the Lync Server user. SIP address is a unique identifier that allows the user to communicate by using devices that support Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).

Read, write

ArchivingPolicy object attributes

 

Table 8: ArchivingPolicy attributes 

Attribute

Type

Description

Supported operations

Description

Single-valued, string

Gets the policy description.

Read

Identity

Single-valued, string

Gets the unique identifier of the policy.

Read

Members

Multivalued, reference

Gets or sets the user accounts to which the policy is applicable.

Read, write

Name

Single-valued, string

Gets the name of the policy.

Read

ObjectClass

Single-valued, string

Gets the type of the Lync Server object.

For possible Lync Server object types, see the table at the beginning of the section titled Lync Server data supported out of the box.

Read

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