Install Lync Server 2013 in Windows Server 2008 R2 (Part 2)

In Certificate wizard there is two certificate  column, first we all know and it was in lync 2010, certificate for internal web services and external web services, and second certificate is new in lync 2013




small description about OAuthTokenIssuer  is in slide, as i understood this certificate will be used for for server-to-server authentication and authorization.

about OAuth (Open Authorization) read note that default certificate is stored in local , and OAuthTokenIssuer in global (In CMS? may be ).


after assign certificate you can start  lync services and check status of them.

if all is started, everything is ok.


and after it make srv records as it was in lync 2010, if you want to login users with auto configuration of server addresses.

and at last download lync 2013 client which is part of Office 365 ProPlus Preview, you can download it from

try to login



welcome to lync 2013!

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Giorgi Jambazishvili
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