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Hello, I am having a problem with Lync clients being able to access the address book.
I think I've determined the problem to be certificates. In the "Subject Alternative Names", my FQDN is named, but not the hostname, and I have a feeling that client machines are connecting to the address book via the hostname instead of the FQDN.
How can I adjust these within the topology builder, and then re-publish it? I can't find any place where Subject Alternative Names are mentioned and configurable.
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Hi do you have any update regarding this ?
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Could you elaborate more on your topology?Is it enterprise edition or standard edition?
What do you mean " my FQDN is named, but not the hostname"?Could you post your certificate SN/SAN and state what is your FQDN and hostname?(You can anonymizes the real name and use other words replace it)
If you can provide more information it will be more useful to troublshoot your issue,thanks!
First open the "Configuration Information" window in Lync client for the exact URL the clients use to connect to download the address book. You should look at "URL Internal From Server" in case you have troubles with internal clients.
Now that you know the exact URL you can do two things:
- Modify the certificate on the Lync server so it includes this FQDN or Netbios name
- Modify the Address book URL for your internal deployment using Topology Builder. This is only possible if you have an enterprise edition deployment. This option will not be available if you have a standard edition deployment. In a standard edition environment this should be the server FQDN by default
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