There is no connector for Lync Server. Thus you need to define custom tasks for Lync enablement . For the actual enablement , add additional tasks on exchange process. These tasks would call out a remote manager script to set the appropriate values in the user in AD for lync enablement.
You can also create a separate RO for the same depending on your requirements.
Thanks for the replies.
I could either use remote manager, which would mean separate installation to manage. This would need a new RO to be defined.
Or in the After create script of exchange execute the below
#Provisioning a user
$DistinguishedName = “DN of the user”
$Pool = “regional pool defined above”
$SipAddress = “SIP:emailAddress“ by example sip:firstname.lastname@example.org
Enable-CSUser –Identity $DistinguishedName –registrarPool $pool –SipAddress:$Sip
Will post the approach soon.
We have to do the Lync Enablement with OIM 11gr2 as well.
so you able to do that ? Could you please share the approach.
Also AD Connector 184.108.40.206 does not support the Lync attributes?
for enabling a user what are all the necessary and minimum parameters required.... other than sip in proxyaddresses
thanks a lot!