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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Location

Another component of presence is the concept of publishing a user’s physical location, which can be as vague as whether they are in the office or at home, or as exact as being in a particular floor of a building. Administrators can configure a Location Information Service (LIS) to integrate with Lync Server, which allows Lync Server endpoints to automatically identify what physical location they are connecting from and then publish that information with the user’s presence. If the Location Information Service cannot identify the user’s location, they will be prompted to enter one and the endpoint will retain that information if the user returns to that location at any time so a user never has enter a location twice.

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