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Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part2

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part1

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part2

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part3

As Stated in Part1 –

Once Skype for Business Setup creates the databases in SQL1

Copy folder structure from SQL1 to SQL2. (C:\CsData)

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Take full backup.

Run a Full backup on all Skype for Business databases

Right Click on Database

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If you add database , It should say “Meets Prerequisites”

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Once thats done.Change the SQL1 to listener name and publish the topology.

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Install Local Configuration Store.

Run Skype for Business Setup.

And Create Self Signed Certificate.

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If you don’t have a internal CA, Use below link

how to install certificate authority on windows server 2012

Request Default Certificate,

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Fill the Friendly name,

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Once its completed , Assign the Cert. Do the same process for OAuthTokenIssuer.

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Redo the Same thing on the Second Frontend Server – Setup will detect the Second front end FQDN and get it installed.

Now Frontend Servers can be load balanced with a hardware load balancer

Load balancing requirements for Skype for Business

 

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part1

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part2

Implementing Skype for Business on Windows 2012 R2 Environment with SQL 2014 Always ON – Part3

Satheshwaran Manoharan
Satheshwaran Manoharanhttps://www.azure365pro.com
Specialized in Microsoft Azure - Office 365 / Microsoft Exchange; conducted numerous projects worldwide in designing, supporting, and implementing messaging and virtualization infrastructure for medium-sized and large enterprises. Further, I am a Cloud Architect and Technical Advisor for various start-ups.

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