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Missing Lync 2010 client Audio selection icon for PC to PC users fixed in Lync 2013 client

04/02/2013 5 Comments

This is a known issue in the Lync 2010 client, when the user is PC to PC, they loose the bottom left icon to switch audio device (they can still change it via the options menu).

Mattias Kressmark has previously written about it here, and it appears it’s not on the priority list for Microsoft to fix

However it does work properly with the Lync 2013 client

Example:

EV User 4.0.7577.4356 (Oct 2012, CU7)

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PC to PC User: Icon gone

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On 2013 RTM it appears, same PC to PC User

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Tom Arbuthnot

Tom Arbuthnot

Managing Consultant at Modality Systems
Tom Arbuthnot is a Microsoft Lync Certified Master and MVP. He is a blogger, regular on The UC Architects Podcast, contributing writer to Lync Server 2013 Unleashed and speaker at events such as Lync Conference and The Microsoft UC User Group London. He is currently Managing Consultant at Modality Systems.
Tom Arbuthnot
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  1. William S says:

    on XenApp 6.5/Server 2008R2, and when using Citrix HDX realtime connector, we find the that the phone icon is missing.
    When that same user logs into a like citrix XenApp 6.5 box WITHOUT the HDX Connector, the phone icon is there.

    On server 1, with the phone icon missing, you can double click a user in your list, and you have the option to dial them, but no option to just click the phone and dial a random number.

    Any Ideas?

  2. Rick M says:

    New Lync user here. I have installed Lync 2013 Standard Edition and have successfully communicated via voice and video with a colleague using the same Lync version.

    However, my Lync window does not include the Phone icon on the bar next to the gear (every bit of documentation that I see has this icon). As a result, I don’t know how to make calls from my PC to an actual phone.

    What am I missing?

    Thanks

    • You need to choose “enterprise Voice” in the user setup on control panel, and need some way to break out to the PSTN if you want it to work.

      thanks

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