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

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Create Location Policy

For Lync to support location information objects, users must be associated with a location policy that allows these features. Location policies can exist at the global, site, or user level. When creating a location policy, an administrator has the following options:

Enable Enhanced Emergency Services—This setting enables the client for E911.

Location—This setting takes effect only if emergency services are enabled, and it is used when a Lync client cannot determine a location automatically. Setting this value to No means the user is not prompted for a location. A value of Yes means the user sees a visible red error in the location field, so he enters the information. Disclaimer means the user is prompted for a location ...

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