Lync 2010 Client Security Update – August 2015

Being two releases behind, Lync 2010 doesn’t get much of a look-in around here these days, but I shouldn’t neglect referencing the latest Security Update: Kb3075593: MS15-080: Description of the security update for Lync 2010: August 11, 2015 “This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Lync 2010. These vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if …

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Lync 2010 – Client & Server updates – January 2014

The new year’s off to a great start with a flurry of update packages. Last week I blogged the Lync 2013 & Sonus Tenor updates, and here’s what’s in the January update for the Lync 2010 Client and Server. What’s Fixed? Server “This cumulative update improves the reliability, stability, and performance of Lync Server 2010”. …

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Profiles for Lync 2013 – 2nd birthday multi-language update

  This post is obsolete. ‘Profiles’ has been replaced by bounSky!     This post is obsolete. The latest Profiles post (1 Jan 2015) is here: https://greiginsydney.com/p4l-sticky/. Today marks two years since the first release of “Profiles for Lync”, and to celebrate I’ve made a few small improvements and added support for a handful of …

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Lync 2010 Client Update – October 2013

The latest Lync 2010 Client updates have hit the streets, taking it to version 4.0.7577.4409. There are a few interesting fixes: 2884790 Desktop sharing feature and other collaboration features do not work when a delegate creates a meeting in Lync 2010 2884791 Contacts are not sorted by availability after you sign out of Lync 2010 …

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HIDnLync – August 2013

I’ve just released an updated version of HIDnLync. It adds a few new presence states, as well as the ability to automatically run it when the user logs in to Windows. The new version is 1.0.12. Download Download it from here: Lync 2010 version Lync 2013 version Client Version Clarification As per THIS post, you …

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Lync SDK Version Mismatch

Lync applications/utilities built using either the 2010 or 2013 client-side API software development kit (SDK) are supposed to work against all 3 major releases of the Lync client: 2010, 2013 & 2013 Basic. This means if you upgrade your client from Lync 2010 to the 2013 release, your third party utils (like my Profiles for …

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RGS Agents can’t answer calls

I encountered an interesting fault this week: calls were being presented to Lync Response Group Agents, but they couldn’t answer them. Callers would be listening to hold, cursing the delays in the queue while the agents were desperately trying to answer the calls. At the same time it also transpired that one of their two …

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Lync Remote Code Execution Vulnerability – 9 July 2013

Microsoft has published a Critical security bulletin (MS13-054) detailing a “Vulnerability in GDI+ [That] Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2848295)”. “This security update resolves a privately reported vulnerability in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Lync, and Microsoft Visual Studio. The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user views shared content that embeds TrueType …

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Lync Remote Code Execution Vulnerability – May 2013

Microsoft has published an Important security bulletin (MS13-041) detailing a “Vulnerability in Lync [That] Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2834695)”. The bulletin is HERE. Products impacted Communicator 2007 R2 (3.5.6907.268) Lync 2010 (4.0.7577.4388) x86 x64 Lync 2010 Attendee (4.0.7577.4388) User installer Admin installer Lync Server 2013 I’ve also placed the download links on the respective …

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