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Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Installing Mediation Server (part 1) - Hardware Recommendations

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Installing the Mediation Server role is similar to deploying any other role in Lync Server 2013. Much of the installation process is actually completing the prerequisite work, and installing the actual server can be done fairly quickly. A Mediation Server can be introduced into the environment at any time and does not necessarily need to be deployed from the start.

1. Prerequisites

A Mediation Server requires the same prerequisite software as all other Lync Server roles. The different hardware, operating system, and software prerequisites are discussed in this section.

2. Hardware Recommendations

This section gives the recommended minimum hardware recommendations for Lync Server 2013 servers.

These are the Lync Server 2013 Mediation Server processor recommendations:

• Dual processor, quad-core 2.0GHz or faster

• Four-way processor, dual-core 2.0GHz or faster


Note

Lync Server 2013 is only a 64-bit application and requires a 64-bit-capable processor. This is generally not an issue with any modern hardware, but be sure to verify that any legacy hardware supports a 64-bit operating system before attempting to use it for a Mediation Server.


This is the Lync Server 2013 Mediation Server memory recommendation:

• 16GB RAM

These are the Lync Server 2013 Mediation Server disk recommendations:

• 10K RPM HDD

• High-performance solid state drive (SSD) with performance equal to or better than 10K RPM HDD

• 2x RAID 10 (striped and mirrored) 15K RPM disks for database data files

These are the Lync Server 2013 Mediation Server network recommendations:

• Dual 1Gbps network adapters (recommended)

• Single 1Gbps network adapter (supported)


Note

When using multiple network adapters, it is recommended to use them only for fault tolerance. This means network adapters should be used for failover only and should not be combined for greater throughput.

3. Operating System Requirements

The Lync Server 2013 Mediation Server supports the following operating systems:

• Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard Edition with Service Pack 1

• Windows Server 2008 R2, Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 1

• Windows Server 2008 R2, Datacenter Edition with Service Pack 1

• Windows Server 2012, Standard Edition

• Windows Server 2012, Datacenter Edition

The Windows Server Core, Web, and High-Performance Computing Editions for any operating system version are not supported for deployment.


 
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