Feb 28, 2014

How to install Microsoft Lync 2013 on Windows 2012 R2 - Part3


Step3 – Installing Lync Server
Run setup.exe from media and click Install to being

Accept license agreement and Click OK


Click [Install Administrative Tools]

Administrative Tools installation completed. Now Click [Prepare Active Directory]


Prepare Schema, Click Run

Click Next

Schema preparation completed.


Click Finish

Prepare Current Forest.
Click Run



Click Next

Click Next

Forest preparation completed.

Click Finish

Prepare Current Domain.
Click Run



Click Next
Domain preparation completed.
Click Finish



Click Back.

Click [Prepare first Standard Edition Server]

Click Next. This will take several minutes to complete.

Click Finish

Open DNS Manager on your Active Directory server and right-click on your domain, select Other New Records…
Select Service Location (SRV) Click Create Record as shown in image below

Service:        _sipinternaltls
Protocol:        _tcp
Priority:        0
Weight:        0
Port number:    5061
Host offering this service:    your Lync server FQDN (xchangeserver.icracy.com)
Click OK
Next, we will create 3 additional A records.  Each one points to your Lync server as shown in image below
  • meet

  • dialin



  • admin

Go to Start > Lync Server Topology Builder.  We will now begin defining our Lync Topology.



Select [New Topology] Click Ok

Save your topology with any name

Enter your SIP domain name

Click Next



Enter your site name and description. Click Next

Enter City, State and Country Information or leave blank. 
Click Next



Click Finish

Define the New Front End pool.  Click Next



Since this is a Standard Installation, the FQDN will be your Lync server.  Select “Standard Edition.”

Select option as shown in image below and Click Next



Click Next


Click Next


Click Next


You need to manually create this network share and give rights to EVERYONE as the wizard will not do this for you. I have created the share on the root of C:\.  Created a folder called “Share”  Go to properties of the folder and give full access to Everyone: 
Click Next


Click Next

Uncheck [Associate pool with an Office Web Apps Server] Click Finish


Click Action –> Edit Properties 

Scroll down to Administrative access URL and enter https://admin.icracy.com (substituting for your own settings).  Select your Front-End Server to install the Central Management Server on as well.
Click OK




Publish Topology:  Click on Action –> Publish Topology –> Next –> Finish

Click Next



Click Next

Click Finish



Open “Deployment Wizard” and click on Install or Update Lync Server System.
In this step, we’ll get the Lync components installed, request and assign certificates, and start the Lync services.

Click Run



Click Next

This process will take several minutes to complete.
Click Finish



Setup or remove Lync Server Components, this would install the Lync Components defined in the topology.
Click Run.

Click Next



Click Finish

User must have RTCUniversalServerAdmins group privileges to Request, Install or Assign Certificates as shown in image below.

Click Run


Click Request


Click Next

Click Next



Click Next
Click Next



Click Next

Click Next



Enter your organization name or leave blank. Click Next

Enter geographical information or leave blank. Click Next


Click Next

Tick your SIP domain and Click Next



Click Next

Click Next



Click Next

Tick Assign this certificate to Lync Server certificate usages.
Click Finish



Click Next

Click Next

Click Finish

Click Close



Start Services. Click Run

Click Next



Click Finish

Open Services MMC Console to make sure all Lync services are running. Reboot your machine


The Lync Server installation is completed.

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