Installing Lync Server 2010 consolidated standard edition server, step-by-step – Part 2

It is time to continue with our Lync Server 2010 installation. We will jump in and start where we left it in the first post.

 

Installing Lync Server 2010 – continued

Click on Install or Update Lync Server System.

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To continue with our deployment click on Install Local Configuration Store.

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Since we published our topology in the last post we can keep the setting Retrieve directly from the Central Management Store, click on Next to continue.

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The installation will run automatically, click Finish when the Task Status says Completed.

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Moving on to Step 2: Setup or Remove Lync Server Components.

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When the wizard starts click Next to continue.

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Another automatic installation, click Finish when the Task Status says Completed. Note you might be prompted to restart the server as in my example.

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If the restart prompt appear, click Ok and then restart the server.

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After the restart open the deployment wizard, run Step 2: Setup or Remove Lync Server Components again.

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When the wizard starts click Next to continue.

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Another automatic installation, click Finish when the Task Status says Completed.

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Back in the deployment wizard we choose to continue with Step 3: Request, Install or Assign Certificates,

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When the Certificate Wizard opens, select Default Certificate and then click Request.

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When the wizard starts, click Next to continue.

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We will choose to send the request immediately, click Next to continue.

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For this simple deployment a certificate issued by a local CA will do just fine, choose your local CA in the drop down list and click Next.

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If needed, enter the credentials needed to contact the local CA and click Next to continue.

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We will not specify any alternate templates, click Next to continue.

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Provide a friendly name and check Mark the certificate´s private key as exportable, then click Next to continue.

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Fill in the required fields on the Organization Information page and click Next.

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Fill in the required fields on the Geographical Information page and click Next.

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The wizard will populate the certificate automatically, click Next.

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On the SIP Domain setting page, select your local domain as the SIP Domain and then click Next  to continue.

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We do not need any additional SANs for now, click Next.

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Review the summary and click Next.

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After the installation, click Next when the Task Status says Completed.

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When you click Finish the Certificate Assignment wizard will start.

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Click on Next to continue with the wizard.

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Review the Certificate Assignment Summary page, click Next.

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Wait for the configuration to complete and then click Finish.

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This takes you back to the Certificates Wizard, click on Close.

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The final step, Step 4: Start Services, starts the Lync Server 2010 services, click on Run.

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Click Next to continue.

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Wait for the configuration to complete and then click Finish.

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Click on Exit to close the deployment wizard.

This ends part 2 in this series, thanks for reading and let me know if you have any questions!

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