I went through the steps of creating DNS SRV records for TCP port 5060. Seldon_21 Bend This " |" Mar 28, 2006 at8:28AM I am having a similar issue. Please advise tmorr16 2007-05-18 18:00:04 UTC PermalinkRaw Message On May 18, 11:15 am, Tony PiltzeckerPost by Tony PiltzeckerFor starters, see if you can telnet to the server on ports 5060 and Please try again later. have a peek here
The fact that you're only able to make this work from the local server makes me think that your SIP traffic is either never making it to your LCS server or Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Someone has to know. Turn on logging in Communicator You can enable this option to create a log file, communicator-uccp-log.uccplog, that contains information about the interaction of Office Communicator 2007 with Office Communications Server 2007.
See "To join the Performance Log Users group" in Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Deployment Guide, or ask your system administrator. Subscriptions allow us send you email notifications when new content is added. Sign In to subscribe to this conversation What does this mean? Click OK to close the Options dialog box.
I dont know about you guys but that sounds weird to me, but I am glad its working now. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ... Also, if I try to connect via TLS, it won't verify the certificate. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22576242/Live-Communciation-Server-Error-Cannot-sign-in-to-Communications-Service-because-the-server-is-temporarily.html With this change, Communicator started and connected without a problem.
Not sure how to fix that. see it here I don't have a DNS A record for the pool. I also have Live Communication Server2005 installed on a separate (non domain controller) Windows 2003 R2server. Do any other ports work?
Please advise- Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -I am not able to telnet to port 5060 on a client, but I can on theserver running LCS. I have a domain controllerwith Windows 2003 R2 installed. I have microsoftcommunicator installed on both servers with automatic configurationselected. Check This Out This quick video will show you how to change your primary email address.
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In the Options dialog box, on the Personal tab, under My account, verify that the information in the Sign-in address box is correct. Both servers are on the same domain. goldman313 Jun 04, 2007 at12:14PM ok, it's almost 2 years after this last post, I think, but I'm having the same problem, almost. When you enter the 16-digit lic… Windows Server 2003 8 Tips to a better WSUS Article by: Michael Setting up a Microsoft WSUS update system is free relatively speaking if you
Nov 02, 2005 at4:44PM Anyone have an idea of what the (I need to watch my language) is going on? The server should then respond back to the client (and you should see those packets at both ends as well - outgoing from the server and incoming at the client). You want to change servers or your server has crashed and you need to reapply the Terminal Server Licenses. this contact form Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Ultimate Communications Microsoft Unified Communications by Lync MVP Tommy Clarke Menu Skip to content HOME LYNCSTUFF BY LyncStuff MY LABS LYNCLAB OFFICE
Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? tx James Burtamus 2006-09-13 21:56:59 On your LCS Server select Start/Administrative Tools/Live Communication Server 2005. I went through the steps of creating DNS SRV records for TCPport 5060. I fixed this by going into the TCP/IP settings on the local network connection and manually adding the IP address of our internal DNS server (which may cause problems when I
But I can't connect to the livecommunication server from the domain controller. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? If you need to delete a post, please follow the tutorial on the contact page on this link or use the yellow icon ASK TO REMOVE THIS POST in the bottom I also have Live Communication Server 2005 installed on a separate (non domain controller) Windows 2003 R2 server.
Can you simply ping it? What should I try next? I can connect using Communicator 2005 on the server wherethe service is installed. Except where designated as licensed byCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License,Microsoft reserves all rights associated with the materials on this site.
Note that I also tried manuallly setting the sip configuration, but was unable to connect with a manual install. How do I fix that? For reference this is found both in bridge mode (with NetStructure VPN) and shared mode (with no VPN in the VM, but VPN within OS X). Re: Office Communicator 2005 Login?
In the Office Communicator window, verify that your user name is correct, enter your password and then click Sign In.