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In addition to the global, cloud-based Office 365 service that includes Lync Online, Microsoft provides the
Microsoft Lync Server Multitenant Pack for Partner Hosting for companies offering hosted Lync services provided by Microsoft to their customers. The
Lync Server Multitenant Hosting Pack features include integration with Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Outlook, and other communication technologies, and enables customers to manage geographically dispersed offices and mobile users in a way that
reduces travel expenses, while maintaining highly collaborative team environments.
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What licensing is used if I have the multitenant? ent SAL? I'm installing and it specifies checking all the features. If we dont use pstn/voip, should I uncheck these options? I don't want to use the plus SAL if we dont have to since we dont use voip. How is licensing handled?
I am evaluating this and I have the following question, how can I move an existing deployment inside the client to multitenant?
or at least, how can I synchronize the AD into multitenant? there is a FIM or like BPOS, a tool to do this?
I am a technical writer on the Lync team at Microsoft. Thanks for your question.
The response I got from the product team is that the licensing is SPLA, and you can uncheck the features that you are not interested in using.
I hope that answers your question. Please let me know if it does not. And please let us know of any feedback you have on the Lync Server Multitenant Pack for Hosting Partners.