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

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Location Information Database

Lync identifies an endpoint’s physical location by examining the network subnet, switch, and wireless access point the client uses. This collection of network objects is referred to as the Location Information Service (LIS) database and must be populated by administrators in advance of enabling E911. The LIS database is completely separate from the Lync network configuration of sites and subnets discussed separately. The LIS database function is only to provide a mapping of network objects to physical addresses that can be sent to the service provider or ELIN gateway.

This database can be populated manually or can be linked to a secondary location information database if one already exists. For Lync Server 2013 to ...

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