Chicago Lync Users Group Meeting

The newly formed Lync Users Group is hosting a number of meetings in various U.S. cities this month and I will be presenting on Lync 2013 topics at the Chicago event next week alongside Kevin Peters and 911 Enable.

October 2012 UC User Group Meeting

The Chicago UC Users Group will be conducting its inaugural meeting October 25th, 2012 with arrival and networking at 5:30 PM and presentations kicking off at 6:00 PM. The first meeting will cover Lync 2013 and E911. The inaugural event session will be hosted by Microsoft MCM, MVP and author of the OCSGuy blog Kevin Peters . The Lync 2013 presentation will be led by Lead Microsoft Solutions Architect for Polycom and active Microsoft MVP in Lync Server Jeff Schertz and an E911 session hosted by 911 Enable.

Other industry experts will be on site to help answer any questions related to Lync Server.
For our first meeting we will be providing door prizes, food and beverages courtesy of 911 Enable.

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

5:30 PM – Arrival & Networking
6:00 PM – Event Kickoff

Microsoft Downtown Chicago Office
Microsoft Technology Center – Aon Building – 2nd Floor

200 East Randolph Drive, Suite 200, Chicago, IL (Map)

To sign-up for the event simply create a Meetup account if you do not already have one and then confirm your attendance on this event page: http://chicago.lyncusersgroup.com/events/80756212/

Door prizes will include a Microsoft Xbox 360 bundled with a Plantronics wireless headset, some Jabra Speak 410 USB speakerphones, and Best Buy gift certificates provided by 911 Enable.

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3 Responses to “Chicago Lync Users Group Meeting”
  1. Jerry Cole says:

    Hi Jeff,

    This is really off topic but I wanted to let you know I am a big fan of your blog. It has solved many problems for my team as we have replaced our legacy PBXs with Lync.

    Can I ask you to comment/provide advice on an issue we have run into with our Intercall conferencing calls dropping after 90 minutes when terminating at a Lync endpoint. The only solution I have been able to find is to set the RTCPActiveCalls parameter for the Set-CsTrunkConfiguration command to $false which Microsoft recommends against, so I am not sure if this is a good idea. We're using Intelepeer as a SIP trunk provider if that makes a difference.

    • jeffschertz says:

      It sounds like you may be on the right track but I have not run into this myself. I would assuming that contacting Intelepeer would be the first course of action. I also suggest trying the TechNet Lync forums.

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