After we update our internal certificate on out Lync std server the cx700 clients cannot login on reboot. Once cert is changed back they login ok, any ideas?
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We have similar issues, and it all stems from the result of our Active Directory NETBIOS name being different than our Active Directory DNS name. This is officially referred to as a disjoined namespace. This might be the issue you're running into, or it might not.
What we have had to do to guarantee seamless updates is require our users to enter their UPN in the username field in the Lync Phone Connection dialog box when a user logs on to a IP Phone (w/PC) for the first time. So instead of netbios\jdoe, they must use firstname.lastname@example.org. Using this method guarantees the phone contacts Active Directory correctly and results in the internal root CA certifcate always being downloaded and installed without issue.
In our environment we haven't had any of those issues that I know of. We only have about 45 CX700s deployed; all the rest are CX600s (around 140 or so...and increasing). I will say that we've had some odd issues with CX700s and it seems that the CX600s are much more reliable overall (not to mention a whole lot cheaper).
I re-read your original post and it seems I might have misunderstood... So you're saying when you change the certificate used by the front-end services on the Lync server itself, the phones can't login after that?
The phones login fine to Lync. Both have latest updates. When I renew the internal Microsoft cert the cx700 fails to login unless I revert to old cert... The only way to get them to login was to hard reset each cx700.... bit of a pain
Thanks for all replys
Because your Lync Server deployments use internal certificates, there is a need to install the root CA certificate from the internal CA to the device. It is not possible to manually install the root CA certificate on the device, so it needs to come from the network. Lync Phone Edition is able to download the certificate by using two methods, for details, see this document.
In addition, here’re some common issues with IP Phones. Have a check. And hope helps.
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