I recently had an issue with calls originating from a SIP trunk provider to Skype for Business Server(s) that needed to change who supplied the ring back tone. This would have been a much simpler process with ISDN, but SIP trunks are a much more involved PSTN connection. If you’re having problems with ring back this should help provide a quick troubleshooting step to expose a problem in this area. This article specifically describes what to change in Skype for Business and Sonus 1000/2000 SBC to get the desired outcome with a SIP trunk.… [Keep reading] “Change ring tone behaviour with a Sonus SBC and SIP trunk provider”
Are you missing the EnableSkypeUI from Lync Management Shell in Lync Server 2013?
If you have deployed a Skype for Business (S4B) client into your Lync Server 2013 environment you may see the following error upon login:
There are plenty of articles about how to switch the client via Office365 Powershell, Lync Management Shell or the Registry, but if you’re scratching your head on how to get the new parameter “CSClientPolicy” here are some steps that may have been missed.… [Keep reading] “EnableSkypeUI Where Art Thou?”