Lync 2010 Resource Toolkit

There are several places on the web that consolidate lots of Lync 2010 resources, but I’m yet to find one that seems to have everything I need to lay my hands on when I build a new Lync 2010. Here’s mine. I hope it’s of use to you. If you find any tools that you think are missing from this list, please let me know. (I’ll be editing this post regularly as updates are released).

Here’s my Skype for Business 2015 Resource Toolkit.

Here’s my Lync 2013 Resource Toolkit.

I’m no longer regularly updating this page. Can we chat about a Skype for Business upgrade instead?

Lync 2010 Client Security update – August 2016

This update (Kb 3174301) takes the Lync 2010 client to 4.0.7577.4510.

This is the client fix itself:

  • x86 (Lync.msp)
  • x64 (Lync.msp)

This is the updated version of the Lync 2010 Attendee software:

Server Security Update – April 2016

This is to be the last “CU” for Lync 2010 Server, and it takes some components to 4.0.7577.726.
Download the installer.
This is the KB.

Lync Phone Edition Update – December 2015

This update takes Phone Edition to 4.0.7577.4487 / 4488 & adds SHA-2 support. Read more about it here.
Download the relevant CAB files from here:

CU 6 – June 2012

(The rest of CU6 is here if you still want it)

Lync Attendant

  • Hotfix Kb2842632 (December 2013 – 4.0.7577.4398)

Official Microsoft bits

Third-party tools and utils

Lync Blogs & related websites

My own posts

  • MAdCaP.ps1 – a “script”, but actually presents a GUI for you to Manage Analog devices and Common area Phones!
  • HIDnLync – adds shortcut keys to change your status or personal note. Interface with external hardware and use it to trigger a change in your Lync. For Lync 2010 and Lync 2013
  • Elyza – a Lync implementation of Weizenbaum’s 1966 “ELIZA” + useful Lync test and demo tool
  • Profiles for Lync v2 – bounce between multiple Lync accounts with a click of the mouse. For Lync 2010 and Lync 2013
  • Script to list unused numbers
  • Loading OCPE Updates.cab into Lync –  since superceded by this script from the “Ehlo World” blog.

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