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Pexip Infinity, Logitech SmartDock Skype Room System, Microsoft Exchange, Polycom VTC

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 …

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Using PowerShell Scripts for setting up Microsoft Surface Hub/SRS

I was setting up a new Surface Hub & SRS accounts on our Office 365 tenant and it was failing at creating the Exchange account. No reason why.  Turns out password policy was the issue, so make sure you use a complex pa$$w0rd123 or something, depending on your tenant settings.   Also to get the …

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Using Microsoft Surface Hub & Skype for Business into a Webex Meeting

Microsoft Surface Hub & Skype for Business into a Webex Meeting So I’ve had many questions on whether the Surface Hub can make a call into a Webex Meeting.  If your Webex account has a SIP URI such as [email protected] then it has a SIP compatible Personal Meeting Room/CMR. So what does it look like?  Have …

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Pexip Infinity and Modality Systems CustomInvite

So you have your Skype for Business deployment.  Are you struggling to use the built in method for extending the meeting invite details? Need to include a more corporate look and feel?  Is it tricky to explain how video users can join the meeting? This could be regardless whether within the organisation or external 3rd …

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Adding Custom SIP Contact for Skype for Business Online

So we have several clients wanting to be able to add their video room systems to the Skype for Business address book that do not natively speak Skype for Business language.  This is possible with on-premise Active Directory and Lync 2010/2013/Skype for Business deployments as you can just add in the msRTCSIP-PrimaryUser using ADSIEdit. The challenge …

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