Quick Tip After Moving The Central Management Store To A Lync 2013 Pool

February 10, 2014   //   Unified Communications

I wanted to share a quick tip after moving the Central Management Store to a Lync 2013 pool. We’ve seen this many times over, after you’ve followed the instructions from Microsoft’s Technet article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj688013.aspx and you’ve run get-csmanagementstorereplicationstatus. You either see nothing – emptiness, or all replication shows false. The simple solution is to ensure that you’ve followed all the steps and then check all of your Lync services to ensure they started. The biggest offenders are Lync Server File Transfer Agent and Lync Server Master Replicator Agent. Start those services up and you should be fine in a few minutes.

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Microsoft Lync 2013 and the MSSQL 18456 Event
Microsoft Unified Communications: A Software Solution
Let Microsoft Lync Sweat The Small Stuff
Using Microsoft Lync As A Phone System
Microsoft Exchange, An Enterprise Ready Voicemail Solution
Using Microsoft Exchange As A Voicemail Platform
The End of Threat Management Gateway from a Unified Communications Perspective
We’re One Step Closer to Exchange 2013