First off, the 8.6 release of CUP doesn't support Lync, only OCS so this may not work. Having said that usually this is because the user account doesn't have the msRTCSIP-PrimaryUserAddress attribute set on their AD object. OCS auto-populates this but if the user never existing in OCS it needs to be set manually to their SIP URI.
While you're at it don't forget about the proxyAddress attribute as well.
Im a little confused. We are in a similar situation. WE have a deployment of OCS/Lync Clients (Lync back end) to 4000+ users. We have no enterprise standard PBX but are working towards a cisco model so the presence and telephony decisions need to be clear where we need to go. Since its very economical for us to have MS with our agreement it was assumed Lync would be the successor in the IM+P, P2P voice/Video and possibly conferencing. Meaning the Cisco locations used CUCiLync.
Now Cisco are giving Jabber away certainly the countries we have with Cisco clusters would like to take advantage. The problem i cant get my head round is how it should be connected. Lync owns our SIP domain e.g JDoe@ABC.com so what can Jabber do? JDoe@jabber.ABC.com?
The main thing is that the user must not notice the difference, that is, using either client they should be able to search, add, IM+P users on either system without having to think about who is on what system.
Hi, the Compatibility Matrix has been updated to include the support for Lync Server 2010 intradomain federation.
"Partitioned Intradomain Federation between Cisco Unified Presence and Microsoft Lync Server 2010 is available only from Release 8.6(4)SU2. For Partitioned Intradomain Federation with Microsoft Lync, you must configure TLS; TCP is not supported. See Partitioned Intradomain Federation for Cisco Unified Presence for more information. "
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