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Lync 2010 March 2013 Cumulative Update (CU8) and Lync 2013 February 2013 Cumulative Update (CU1) Download Links

17/03/2013 1 Comment

 

Lync 2013 February 2013 CU1

For Lync 2013, CU1 provides the updates required for the new Lync 2013 mobile clients. In addition a number tools were released for Lync 2013

Lync 2013 client CU1: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2812461 (note two downloads)

Product Download
Lync Server 2013, February 2013 Cumulative Updates MS download
Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Resource Kit Tools MS download
Lync Server 2013 Whiteboard Archiving Viewer MS download
Lync Server 2013, Planning Tool MS download
Lync 2013 SDK MS download
Lync Server 2013 Persistent Chat SDK MS download
Lync Server 2013 Persistent Chat Resource Kit MS download
Lync Server 2013 Capacity Calculator MS download
Lync Connectivity Analyzer (32 Bit) MS download
Lync Connectivity Analyzer (64 Bit) MS download
Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) 4.0 MS download
Lync 2013 SDK MS download

 

Lync 2010 March 2013 CU8

For Lync 2010 CU8 fixes the following issues

  • 2796741 A user unexpectedly signs in to Lync 2010 as another user without a prompt for credentials after a cumulative update for Lync 2010 that is dated February 2012 or later installed
  • 2796749 IM window opens unexpectedly when you use the IME to search in Lync 2010
  • 2796750 Lync 2010 contacts list does not display in alphabetical order after a contact’s name is changed in the Contacts folder in Outlook
  • 2796753 An update is available to enable you to join a meeting by using Lync 2010 when a proxy authentication is required
  • 2796757 Error message when you try to send an email message to a contact in Lync 2010 on a computer that does not have Outlook installed
  • 2796742 An update enables participants to join meeting audio by telephone or phone when the meeting is organized by an audio/video-disabled user in Lync 2010
  • 2796743 Call transfer is not successful when you use UI suppression in a Microsoft Lync 2010 SDK application
  • 2796746 You cannot use Lync 2010 to join a Lync Online meeting that was created by a user in a non-federated organization
  • 2793014 Error message when you try to join a Lync Online meeting that is created by a user in a non-federated organization in Lync 2010

Lync 2010 March 2013 CU8 Download Links:

Download for Lync Server 2010
Download for Lync Server 2010 Group Chat
Download for Lync client 32-bit
Download for Lync client 64-bit

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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.
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  1. James says:

    Hi, do you have or know of a detailed explanation of what the CU database update command actually does?

    Sometimes the DBVersionUpgrade value in the RTC dbo.configint table is incremented following a CU deployment (CU3,4,5)and sometimes it is not (CU6,7,8).

    Does this mean that the command sometimes does nothing more than a re-index of the DBs?

    Is it necessary to perform a re-index of all the databases if there is no update required? This is important as it can cause considerable down time. Particularly if your Archiving database is close to 1TB. On one occasion it caused the Temp drive to fill up and the DB update process fell over.

    We have recently moved our Lync backend DBs to a new cluster which is great as the DB update process was reduced from hours to 15 minutes.

    However, this leaves a question, how should we (and indeed do we need to) update the Archiving database?

    Should we run the same command but point it at the FQDN of the Archiving cluster?

    Regards
    James

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