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Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013 Unleashed Second Edition by Randy Wintle, Alex Lewis, David Ross, Tom Pacyk

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Certificate Requirements

Chapter 11, “Dependent Services and SQL,” covers all certificate requirements in detail. In general, the reverse proxy certificate requires a public certificate with the following entries:

Lync Web Services External FQDN—This is defined in the topology and should be configured as the Subject Name of your certificate.

Simple URL Entries—There should be a certificate entry in the SAN field for every meeting and dial-in simple URL. There is typically a single dial-in FQDN, and there will be a meeting FQDN for each SIP domain in the environment.

LyncDiscover—Lync Mobile devices are hard-coded to look for the DNS entry lyncdiscover.<sipdomain>. This should terminate at the reverse proxy, as such a certificate entry is ...

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