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

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Call Admission Control

Planning to deploy call admission control features in Lync Server 2010 is going to depend greatly on the network configuration discussed in the previous section. The basis for this is because this feature relies heavily on locating an endpoint based on subnet and then applying policies appropriately. Call Admission Control in Lync Server 2010 applies to both audio and video traffic, but organizations can specify different limits for each type of traffic. Both a session limit (two-way traffic) and a total limit for all sessions can be specified.

The key to successful Call Admission Control deployment is to correctly define and associate the bandwidth policy profiles to sites and links by completing the following steps: ...

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