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    Gallery View is now available for iPad, Lync Windows Store App already had this capability a long time ago and now it finally arrives for iPad.  Will this capability be avaiable on Android soon?

    Gallery View for the blog post

    Secondly for all iOS Devices control for Lobby and Promorion/Demotion of Presenters.  While this is awesome it is not yet available on other Mobile platforms including Windows Phone & Lync Windows Store App.

    Lync Lobby 2

     

    More info @ Office Blogs : Lync Mobile update–Gallery View on iPad and participant management on both iPad and iPhone
    http://blogs.office.com/2014/08/26/lync-mobile-update-gallery-view-ipad-participant-management-ipad-iphone/

     

    More info comparing Lync Mobile Devices (all platforms – not updated yet with new feature set for iOS)
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh691004.aspx


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    September 2014 update for Lync 2013
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2889860

     

    This update resolves the following issues:

    • When you sign in to Lync 2013 by using an Office 365 account, Lync 2013 prompts you for Open Authorization (OAuth) credentials.
      Note To resolve this issue, you must also install the following update KB2881001:

      2881001 September 9, 2014 update for Office 2013 (KB2881001)

      After you install updates KB2889860 and KB2881001, Lync 2013 will enable Active Directory Authentication Library Single Sign-On (ADAL SSO) in an Office 365 environment.

    • 2881001 Bad password count is incremented when Lync 2013 VDI plug-in pairs with a Lync 2013 client

    • 2992447 Lync 2013 crashes when a user switches shared desktop from full-screen view to actual size

    • 2992448 Desktop sharing or application sharing issues during a conversation in Lync 2013

     

    Known Issues

    After you install this update, you may experience the issues that are described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles:

    • 2898357 Screen readers cannot read aloud keystrokes during a Lync 2013 application or desktop sharing session in Windows

    • 2932389 Persistent Chat file transfer fails between an external user and an internal user in Lync 2013

     

     

    To install this Lync 2013 update, make sure that the following updates are installed:

    MSO (KB2889848, September 2014)

    Download the 32-bit MSO update package now.

    Download the 64-bit MSO update package now.

     

    MSORES (KB2817624 , September 2013)

    Download the 32-bit MSORES update package now.

    Download the 64-bit MSORES update package now.

     

    ORGIDCRL (KB2881001, September 2014)

    Download the 32-bit ORGIDCRL update package now.

    Download the 64-bit ORGIDCRL update package now.

     

    Lynchelp (2881083, August 2014)

    Download the 32-bit Lynchelploc update package now.

    Download the 64-bit Lynchelploc update package now.


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    September 2014 update for Lync Room System (KB2988623)
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2988623/en-us

     

    This update fixes the following issues of Lync Room System:

    • A contact receives a call in a Lync client instead of on a mobile phone when you dial the contact’s telephone number in Lync Room System. This issue occurs when the number is in the address book.
    • The "loading" message appears in the front of room touch displays in Lync Room System when desktop sharing can be seen in other Lync clients in a meeting.
    • You receive the "Nothing's being presented" message in the Content tab when the content is presented in Lync Room System.
    • The Room PC View icon is still active after the computer connection is lost or is reset.

     

    This update provides the following improvements for Lync Room System:

    • Set the "on-screen keyboard" clicks off as default.
    • Replace the "Find someone using the search box" text with the "Find someone or dial a number" text on the invite participant screen.
    • Add the functionality to use Lync Room System without changing any settings, names or domains for an administrator who has different Exchange (SMTP) and Lync (SIP URI) domain names.
    • Provide improved error messages when you check updates.

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    Microsoft is committed to giving their users the best Skype experience possible on all platforms – which is why they created Skype TX technology specifically for use within a studio environment.

    Professional-grade Skype TX for business and media industries released to manufacturers

    Skype TX is an easy-to-use hardware and software combination that allows Skype video calls from anywhere in the world to be seamlessly integrated into any production

    SkypeTX Basic Workflow

    While this looks awesome, I do wonder if this would ever fit into the space of conferencing, currently Lync is limited to 5 simultaneous video streams, this Skype TX solution looks like it scales way higher in simultaneous video streams.  Who knows, maybe sometime Lync will also enable this capability?

     

    More info: https://media.skype.com/skype-tx/whats-new/

    Via : http://www.winbeta.org/news/professional-grade-skype-tx-business-and-media-industries-released-manufacturers


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    In September Microsoft released both a new Cumulative Update and a Security Package for Lync Server 2013

    Download: Lync Server 2013 Cumulative Update KB 2809243
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36820

     

    The cumulative update resolves the following issues:

    September 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.815 for Lync Server 2013 (Front End Server and Edge Server)  

    This article describes the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 (Front End Server and Edge Server) issues that are fixed in the cumulative update that is dated September 2014. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.815.

    • 2988645 Lync contacts display no presence and have "Maximum Followers Reached" message in a Lync Server 2013 environment

    • 2995173 Response Group Service cannot transfer a call to a PSTN number in Lync Server 2013

    • 2995174 You cannot send instant message or change presence status in Lync 2010 or Lync 2013 in a Lync Server 2013 environment

    • 2995176 W3wp.exe process consumes too many CPU and memory resources on a Lync Server 2013 front-end server

    • 2995177 User associated data is deleted after you change the "objectClass" attribute value in Lync Server 2013

    • 2995830 Error "Sorry, I can't find a meeting with that number" when users dial in to a conference in Lync Server 2013

     

    September 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.815 for Lync Server 2013, Unified Communications Managed API 4.0 Runtime

    This article describes the cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013, Unified Communications Managed API 4.0 Runtime. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.815.

     

    September 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.815 for Lync Server 2013, web components server

    This article describes the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 web components server issue that is fixed in the cumulative update that is dated September 2014. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.815.

    The cumulative update resolves the following issue:

    2995825 Logging feature in Lync Web App doesn't work after passive authentication is enabled by using ADFS in Lync Server 2013

     

    September 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.815 for Lync Server 2013 core components

    This article describes the cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013, core components. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.815. Additionally, the cumulative update resolves the issues that are described in the previously released Microsoft Knowledge Base articles

    September 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.815 for Lync Server 2013, Conferencing Attendant

    This article describes the cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013, Conferencing Attendant. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.815.

     

     

     

     

     

    Donwload: Security Update for Lync Server 2013 (KB2986072, KB2982389, KB2992965, KB2982390)
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44084

    MS14-055: Description of the security update for Microsoft Lync Server 2013 (Server, Web Components Server, Response Group Service, Core Components): September 9, 2014

    This security update resolves three privately reported vulnerabilities in Microsoft Lync Server. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow denial of service if an attacker sends a specially crafted request to a Lync server.

    https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/MS14-055


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    This has been requested heavily by partners and now finally it is ready: Deploying Lync in a Multi-Forest Architecture.  The most often architecture requested was Lync being deployed in a Partner private cloud while using an Exchange Server hybrid (cloud + on-premise) deployment.   This 72 page document describes how to plan and deploy this Multi-forest architecture.

    This document describes the configuration steps required for a multi-forest architecture in which Lync is delivered as part of a partner hosted private cloud deployment, Exchange online is delivered by Microsoft as part of Office 365, and the customer retains control of their Active Directory User forest. The multi-forest architecture enables the coordination of authentication and application interoperability between the customer’s user forest, the hosting partner’s service infrastructure and Office 365 and is ideal for those organizations that have made the strategic decision to move the complete range of communications services (Lync and Exchange) to the cloud.

    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44276


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    I've been working with Dynamics CRM for a while now and I have to say I really like the product. It's a great asset to drive any sales organisation and has a lot of customization features.  I was happy to see that Microsoft announced Dynamics CRM 2015 with improved Lync integration features:

    "Enhanced marketing resource management: Gain unprecedented visibility into your marketing plan with the new Interactive Marketing Calendar and improve collaborative marketing with Lync click-to-call and webinars."

    Complete Dynamics CRM 2015 Announcement: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/get-ready-for-the-next-release.aspx


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    The update is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.
    32-bit Download the 32-bit Lync update package now.

    64-bit Download the 64-bit Lync update package now.

     

    One of the enhancements is the new IM tab in Lync – Options dialog

    More information about the update
    http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/14/simpler-better-instant-messaging-options-lync-2013/


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    Checkout this new whitepaper on Managing Large and Structured Meetings with Lync 2013.

    Microsoft Lync Server 2013 and the Microsoft Lync 2013 desktop client are very capable collaboration tools, easily handling meetings among several online parties. Microsoft Lync 2013 can also handle larger meetings. However, to ensure a successful larger meeting one needs to adopt a structured approach for the meeting and plan ahead very carefully. This white paper discusses the process for planning such meetings and describes best practices used by the Microsoft Lync Product Group when holding many successful structured meetings.

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    Microsoft has announced yet another name for they Unified Communications flag ship formerly known as Live Communications Server (LCS), Office Communications Server (OCS) or Lync.

    The new name follows a few years after the Aquisition of Skype.  Lync Server Product Teams already were operating under the Skype Business group for a long time making this name change probably an expected move from Microsoft.  It further alings and thightens the integration with Skype and enables Universal Communications accross the board for everyone whether its business or consumers.

    The magic of Skype and the power of Lync are coming together: Introducing Skype for Business. It's the experience you love and the security you trust, together, all in one place.

    Lync Server being renamed to : Skype for Business (unofficial Hashtag is #Skype4B)

    View the video on Youtube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUetykHsxqQ

    More info at Office Blog
    http://blogs.office.com/2014/11/11/introducing-skype-business/


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    Microsoft is pleased to announce that public support  for Windows Server 2012 R2 Web Application Proxy as a reverse proxy for Lync Server 2013 is now available on Microsoft Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP) Infrastructure Qualified for Lync site, along with the accompanying documentation, “Configuring The Windows Server 2012 Web Application Proxy As A Reverse Proxy For Lync Server 2013”  published here:  http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44940

     

    The Microsoft Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP) has a published list of technologies and third party server reverse proxy products  that are approved for interoperability with Lync Server.  The test efforts performed by the Skype Experience Validation team successfully adds Windows Server 2012 R2 Web Application Proxy to that list. 

     

    The Configuration Guide describes the requirements, deployment considerations and configuration setting of Web Application Proxy for use with Lync Server 2013.   


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    Lync Server 2013 Cumulative Update KB 2809243
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36820

    More info:

    October 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.831 for Lync Server 2013 (Front End Server and Edge Server)
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3001616

    The cumulative update resolves the following issues:

    • 3003346 Cannot see presence status or send instant messages when OWA is integrated with Lync Server 2013 instant messaging
    • 3003347 User cannot dial out to a PSTN number as a guest in an online meeting in a Lync Server 2013 environment
    • 3003350 Cannot search users by using a keyword that differs from Lync Server 2013 AD DS display name format in a Lync client
    • 3003357 Error "400 Bad Request" when a user whose display name contains double quotation mark calls a PSTN number in Lync 2013

    October 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.831 for Lync Server 2013 core components
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3003358

    The cumulative update resolves the following issue:

    • 3008181 Centralized Logging Service Agent Service cannot start after you install a September 2014 update for Lync Server 2013

     


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    First of all you need to get familiarized on how the codec selection is made in Lync, you can find that in a previous post available on this site:

    What audio codecs does Lync actually use
    http://www.pro-lync.be/blogs/lync2013/archive/2014/03/13/flashback-from-lync-conference-what-audio-codecs-does-lync-actually-use.aspx

    Scenario: Lync Desktop Client calls the Lyn Mobile Client

    Looking at the SIP Traces with our beloved SNOOPER tool you can clearly see the initial INVITE which is sent from the desktop client to the mobile client.  Then investigating the SDP shows that the Primary Codec would be RTAudio Wideband (x-msrta/16000) and for the Second on the codec list is the Skype Wideband Codec (SILK/16000)

     in the 183 Session Progress you can see the Lync Mobile client sending its SDP, the  Skype Wideband Codec (SILK/16000) is first in the list.  And if you look closely there is no RTAudio codec but G.711 & G.722 are also an option

     Then in the RE-INVITE you can see that the Desktop Client actually send the SILK Codec as the First Codec in the list to acknolage the SILK Codec to the Mobile Client

     Same in the response from Mobile Client

     Now looking at Message Analyser ans Analysing the Media Stream, we see that the RTP Stream has a Payload type of 104 which corresponds to Skype Wideband Codec (SILK/16000)

    So we now know that the Lync Mobile client already uses the Skype Codec by default, one may wonder if the Lync Desktop client will change the priority ordering for some of the Codecs.  if it happens you will read about it on our site.

    Greetings,
    Johan

     


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    Now Microsoft finally released the Lync 2 Skype direct connectivity and enabled the capability for the Skype Client and the Lync Client to have Video conversations.

    Video calling between Skype and Lync available now
    http://blogs.office.com/2014/12/05/video-calling-skype-lync-available-now/

    My first Video test between Skype & Lync

    First of all the new Skype client looks gorgeous, that you Microsoft.

    Sending Chat Messages still works as expected, but you can clearly see there is next to the Cal button the Video button

    Calling via Audio still works

    Now lets add Video and Enable the Video

    Now we have Video both ways, that's soo cool

    I also love the Quality dialog, there looks to be a bug as it says not receiving video what we clearly can

    Another awesome feature is, when switching between applications we still have the small video window

    This is the Lync side view, the default window size

    The Full Screen size

     Let's take a closer look how this works under the covers

    Please also look at these other posts that give you more insight into the deep technical details

    http://www.pro-lync.be/blogs/lync2013/archive/2014/03/13/flashback-from-lync-conference-what-audio-codecs-does-lync-actually-use.aspx
    http://www.pro-lync.be/blogs/lync2013/archive/2014/12/04/lync-mobile-amp-lync-desktop-media-uses-skype-code.aspx

    What puzzels me is that the Skype Client actually sends G.722 codec as a preferred codec and the SILK (Skype) codec only as second and RTAudio as third in the INVITE. Not sure if this is the intention but this is the way it works now.

    Lync responds as expected they way Lync always does and also sends RTAudio as Preferred, then G.722 and SILK is not even in the list of Codecs, quite not what you would expect.

    In the RE-INVITE RTAudio is still top in the list so both clients are confirming the codec

    Now I do want to check this with Message Analyser, I need to be sure this is true.

    And yes indeed the RTAudio codec is being used between the new Skype client and the Lync client.  You can also clearly see we are sending the media directly between the clients as the source and destination addresses are on the same subnet unlike what Skype and Lync were doing before.

    Maybe my testing is skewed because I have both Lync and Skype client installed on all of my machines, maybe to investigate later if it changes anything. Or Microsoft decided to put the Lync Media stack into the Skype client.  I guess more details will follow.

    Either way I am very pleased that we have these capabilities between Lync and Skype finally :)

    Greetings,
    Johan


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    Based on my finding in the previous post where I found out that RTAudio and RTVideo are offered by the Skype Desktop Client, I decided to test Lync 2010 and Office Communicator 2007 R2 with the new Skype/Lync interop

    Important : All of the Clients have been tested on a Lync 2013 Server environment only, potentially having Lync 2010 Server and Offic Communication Server 2007 R2 as the Server backend might give different results but you can always have a Mixed environment and include Lync 2013 to get the sane interop going.

    Video calling between Skype and Lync first look & the details on a surprising Audio codec being used
    http://www.pro-lync.be/blogs/lync2013/archive/2014/12/05/video-calling-between-skype-and-lync-first-look-amp-the-details-on-a-surprising-codec-being-used.aspx

    Lync 2010 : The interop between Skype & Lync 2010 works

    Lets look at the details,  Skype sends exactly the same INVITE as to the Lync 2013 client, this is offcourse expected.  Skype offers G722, SILK & RTAudio amongst other codecs.

    Now the Lync 2010 Client responds with a limited set of Codecs.  Lync 2010 will never send SILK unless the codecs stack will be changed in a possible later CU.

    The Voice Call was  established in RTAudio as this is the mommon codec and highest on the Prioiry list.  Now lets look at Video as the Lync 2013 client uses H.264 for Skype interop, the Lync 2010 Client does not support H.264. 

    The Skype client sends both H.264 and RTVideo in the SDP of INVITE message

    The Lync 2010 Client only responds with RTVideo as this is one of the few codecs Lync 2010 supports, Lync 2010 Client will not send H.263 as this codec is not support on either Lync 2013 and Skype.

     

     Looking at Network Monitor you can clearly see the RTVideo codec being used

    The following information is sent in the QoE Report going to the Lync Server from Lync 2010 also confirming RTAudio & RTVideo

    This interop has been tested with the following information coming from the SIP Trace (Version of Lync and Gateway)

    Lync Server 2013 Server infrastructure
    User-Agent: UCCAPI/4.0.7577.4445 OC/4.0.7577.4446 (Microsoft Lync 2010)
    User-Agent:: RTCC/6.0.0.0 LyncSkypeGateway2/1.0.214.0

     

    Office Communicator 2007 R2 : The interop between Skype & Office Communicator 2007 R2  works

    Starting the OCS 2007 R2 client (oh boy this has been a while since I used it)

    Doing an Audio call between OCS & Skype Works

    Doing a Video call between OCS & Skype works

    Lets look at the details : The Skype client sends G7.22, SILK and RTAudio (and other codecs)

     

    The Communicator 2007 R2 responds with RTAudio (It does not support G.722 or SILK)

    Network Monitor shows RTAudio being used

    The Same way as always the Skype Client sends H.264 & RTVideo codecs in the INVITE

    And sure the OCS client only responds with RTVideo

    Network monitor shows RTVIdeo being used

     

    Also in the QoE report we see the RTVideo codec in there

     

    The testing is based on the following info:

    Lync Server 2013 Server infrastructure
    User-Agent
    : RTCC/6.0.0.0 LyncSkypeGateway2/1.0.215.0
    User-Agent: UCCAPI/3.5.6907.236 OC/3.5.6907.268 (Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2)

     

    Conclusion:

    Great to see there is Backward compatibility for the Skype connectivity to Legacy Lync clients like Lync 2010 and Office Communicator. I do hope all the other Skype clients on mobile, mac and others also to have the same capabilities of communicating with legacy clients, if that is not the case it will be pretty ugly to explain to customers.


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    This is the fifth month in a row for Microsoft to release and update to Lync Server 2013.  The full list of updates are

  • December 2014 Cumulative Update (5.0.8308.857)
  • November 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.834)
  • October 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.831)
  • September 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.815)
  • August 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.738)
  • January 2014 cumulative update (5.0.8308.577)
  • October 2013 cumulative update (5.0.8308.556)
  • July 2013 cumulative updates (5.0.8308.420)
  • February 2013 cumulative updates (5.0.8308.291)
  • Download : Lync Server 2013 Cumulative Update KB 2809243
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36820

    Updates:

    December 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.857 for Lync Server 2013 (Front End Server and Edge Server)
    The cumulative update resolves the following issue:

    December 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.857 for Lync Server 2013 Unified Communications Managed API 4.0 Runtime 
    The cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Unified Communications Managed API 4.0 Runtime. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.857.

    December 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.857 for Lync Server 2013 web components server
    The cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 web components server. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.857.

    December 2014 Cumulative Update 5.0.8308.857 for Lync Server 2013 core components
    The cumulative update that improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Microsoft Lync Server 2013 core components. The version number of this update is 5.0.8308.857.


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    It turns out to be a busy  December, Microsoft released quite a few updates to some of the Lync clients including another Cumulative Update for the Server

    Lync Desktop Client received a Cumulative Update
    http://www.pro-lync.be/blogs/lync2013/archive/2014/12/10/december-9-2014-update-for-lync-2013-kb2910927.aspx

     

    Lync Mobile Clients for both Windows Phone & Android received new features

    Lync Mobile for Windows Phone updated Voip Settings
    More info here : http://blogs.office.com/2014/12/10/lync-windows-phone-update-settings-voice-calls/

    Lync Mobile for Android got an update for Anonymous Join and Contact Management
    More info here : http://blogs.office.com/2014/12/11/new-android-lync-features-anonymous-join-passive-authentication-contact-management/

    And Lync Room System has a Dialer and can now Schedule Meetings from within the interface
    More info here : http://blogs.office.com/2014/12/15/lync-room-system-feature-updates/

     

    Great to see so many improvements:)

     


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    Microsoft Message Analyzer is the successor of Microsoft Network Monitor which I used a lot to troubleshoot Lync.  Now Microsoft has released an updated tool that gives you more options and allows you to analyse multiple sources at once.  Now I find the Message Analyser has quite some interesting features and is easy to use.

    Go grab it here: Microsoft Message Analyzer v1.1
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44226

    Well by default Microsoft Message Analyser does translate some of the Lync and Skype codecs but it does not work for any of the SILK or H.264 Codecs.  Would we not want to make sure Message Analyser displayed the codec instead of just the Dynamic Codec Value like you can see in the screenshot below.

    New Skype Call to Lync with Video - Video Portion

    I decided to have a look into Message Analyser and how it works.  It uses some .opn files to translate a whole bunch of Network Traffic.  One of these files is called RTP.opn which is excactly what I need to make sure that Message Analyser translates all Lync & Skype codecs.

    To use this yourself you will have to download this file from this location:
    Microsoft Message Analyser Custom RTP config file (RTP.opn)
    https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Message-Analyser-Custom-bedbc034

    You must replace the file in this specific path in order to make it work:
    C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\MessageAnalyzer\OPNAndConfiguration\OPNs\Public

    After this change you will have to start or restart Microsoft Message Analyser and do another trace.

    Codecs included that are part of the Dynamic Range:

    Codec 97   : "Audio, Codec: RED, ClockRate: 8000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 103 : "Audio, Codec: SILK, ClockRate: 8000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 104 : "Audio, Codec: SILK, ClockRate: 16000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 111 : "Audio, Codec: Siren, ClockRate: 16000, P-Times: 20,40,60,100,200, Channels: 1";
    Codec 112 : "Audio, Codec: G.722.1, ClockRate: 16000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 114 : "Audio, Codec: RT Audio, ClockRate: 16000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 115 : "Audio, Codec: RT Audio, ClockRate: 8000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 116 : "Audio, Codec: G.726, ClockRate: 8000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 1";
    Codec 117 : "Audio, Codec: G.722, ClockRate: 8000, P-Times: 20,40,60, Channels: 2";
    Codec 118 : "Audio, Codec: Confort Noise, ClockRate: 16000, Channels: 1";
    Codec 121 : "Video, Codec: RT Video, ClockRate: 90000";
    Codec 122 : "Video, Codec: H.264, ClockRate: 90000";
    Codec 123 : "Video, Codec: H.264 FEC, ClockRate: 90000";

    This example shows a Lync Mobile client on Windows Mobile using SKYPE to talk to a Lync desktop client

    WP SILK Audio

    This example shows a Skype client talking RT Audio and H.264 Video codecs to Lync

    H.264 in Message Analyser

    The one thing I could not figure out yet was to add Desktop Sharing to the RTP config, but Desktop Sharing uses TCP instead of UDP and the translation for RTP is not triggered by TCP right now.

    Happy testing


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