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

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Configuring a Front End Server Enterprise Edition Pool

Enterprise Edition pools can contain up to 20 Front End Servers to provide scaling and high-availability to Lync services. The steps that follow outline how to configure these pools in Topology Builder:

1. Open Lync Topology Builder.

2. Download the Topology from the existing deployment, or create a new topology if this is a brand-new infrastructure.

3. Expand Lync Server 2013, expand the site where this pool will be located, and expand Lync Server 2013.

4. Right-click on Enterprise Edition Front End Pools, and select New Front End Pool.

5. Click Next and continue with the Define New Front End Pool wizard (see Figure 15.9). Specify a Pool FQDN such as Lyncpool.companyabc.com and click Next. ...

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