Lync Server 2010 uses the published topology to process traffic and to maintain overall topology information.
When deciding how to configure the Archiving Server topology, the obvious question might be, “How much bandwidth does my Archive Server need?” The answer depends on your archiving configuration, policy, and user load. The user load should be monitored during your pilot implementation to get a feel for how much load it will generate.
To ensure that the topology is valid, it is recommended that the Topology Builder run before each topological change.
The following example shows the steps necessary to add an Archiving server to your Lync Server deployment.
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