14 Mayıs 2012 Pazartesi 02:18
I have single forest and multiple domains.
Is it possible to segment Lync clients from child1 and child2? That's mean they don't see each other from different domain.
14 Mayıs 2012 Pazartesi 08:39Moderatör
In the single forest, all domains' lync users use the same Lync server central management store. It is not possible to segment lync clients from child1 and child2. All lync users in the different domains can see each other presence.
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14 Mayıs 2012 Pazartesi 10:01
Agree with Sean.
However, there are third party products through which you can restrict the users seeing each others. Below URLs may help you.
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- Yanıt Olarak Öneren Jamie Schwinn 14 Mayıs 2012 Pazartesi 12:25
15 Mayıs 2012 Salı 07:42
It appears the tool blocks traffic route but does not hide the user’s presence.
So one can still do a find and list the users within the OCS/Lync client search capability?
19 Mayıs 2012 Cumartesi 21:22
you can use address book segregation, and user from one domain will see only users in his domain,
when you use address book segragation, users will see other domain users if they use full sip address for example:
if firstname.lastname@example.org search user2 it will not be searcheble, but if he use full sip addres email@example.com, it will be resolved.
25 Temmuz 2012 Çarşamba 02:39
We could use Resource Kit to hide based on "Exclude all users who a value for this AD attribute". However, anyone has tested on the following,
1. Child1 doesn’t see certain group of users in Child2.
2. Child2 sees all users (Child1&Child2 include those group that hidden for Child2)
a. root and multiple child domain
b. Child1 domain is using OCS2007R2 whereas child2 domain is using Lync.
I'd suggest to create 2 different location for ABS
1. \\ocs\ABS – for ocs users
2. \\Lync\ABS – for Lync users