On the 1st August 2017, it was announced that Pexip Infinity Fusion Gateway is now certified for Skype for Business Server. This means that any customers running the latest 15.1 software, and using Pexip as a gateway (Pexip Infinity Fusion), now have a certified solution for Skype for Business Server video interoperability with VTCs. Pexip […]
There are some good documents on setting up the hub and SRS and also some PowerShell scripts too that were first released for the hub, but never saw the light of day for the SRS. One reference is here on the TechNet site and another here in the TechNet gallery (not updated since 2015). […]
If you have a standalone server and you are looking at Using Windows 10 to Control Hyper-V Server 2012/2016 then here is a tip on how to control it as it is not domain joined On the Windows 10 Machine Add server name to hosts file in c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts Go to local services and start up […]
Just in case you thought would it work or would it not, of course it does. In the below image, I am using Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Standard Edition with GUI. Pexip Infinity will also run happily on Hyper-V Server (bare metal) too. I am using the Hyper-V role on the standard edition server.
Pexip Infinity with Skype for Business Video Based Screen Sharing (VbSS) With the forthcoming release of version 14, VbSS will be available in point to point calls from the Skype for Business 2016 client to a VTC. This is something difficult to explain so I’ve put together a short video below. In essence, today with […]
So there is lots going on in this blog post. Pexip Infinity, Logitech SmartDock Skype Room System, Microsoft Exchange, Polycom VTC The Background Let’s talk around what I am doing before diving into the blog post. Traditionally, enterprises could have the following components in their video network and these were typically based on dedicated hardware […]