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Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Installing Mediation Server (part 3) - Install Lync Mediation Server Components

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9. Install Lync Mediation Server Components

At this point the target server should be fully prepared and meet all prerequisites.

Cache Installation Files

The first step of the Lync installation process will be to cache the setup files locally on the server:

1. Insert the Lync Server 2013 media on the server to be used as a Mediation Server and launch Setup.exe, found in the Setup\amd64 folder.

2. Enter a location for the installation files to be cached and click Install. The default location is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Lync Server 2013.

3. Select I Accept the Terms in the Licensing Agreement, and click OK.


Note

After you’ve browsed to the setup folder using Windows Explorer, the install window might appear behind the current Explorer window. It can be easy to miss this fact, so check the taskbar for the Lync install icon if some time has passed without any screen activity.

Cache Installation Files

The first step of the Lync installation process will be to cache the setup files locally on the server:

1. Insert the Lync Server 2013 media on the server to be used as a Mediation Server and launch Setup.exe, found in the Setup\amd64 folder.

2. Enter a location for the installation files to be cached and click Install. The default location is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Lync Server 2013.

3. Select I Accept the Terms in the Licensing Agreement, and click OK.


Note

After you’ve browsed to the setup folder using Windows Explorer, the install window might appear behind the current Explorer window. It can be easy to miss this fact, so check the taskbar for the Lync install icon if some time has passed without any screen activity.

Install Lync Server Components

The following steps will allow the server to read the topology information from the local configuration store and then install the server roles matching its own FQDN:

1. Under Step 2: Setup or Remove Lync Server Components, click the Run button.

2. Click Next to begin the Mediation Server installation published in the topology.

3. Click Finish when the installation completes.

 
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