While i was working on configuration of Lync i got a error When I do publishing the topology from the Lync 2013 topology builder.
When i check view log i got the exact error message saying:
A trusted server with the type “” and the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) “” was found for a different Transport Layer Security (TLS) target
To fix this issue you have to delete entries in ADSIEDIT.MSC
- Open ADSIedit
- Navigate to Configuration > CN=Services > CN=RTC Service > CN=Trusted Services
- There you will find many entries. Right click an entry and select properties
- type: “msr”
- Delete each entry concerning your trusted server, make sure it matches type and portnumber
- Try to Publish the topology again and it should be successful.
- Here are my results:
- ADSI entries will be recreated automatically on the same location.
While fresh installing Lync, I got a problem on launching Lync 2013 Management shell that it got stucks and didnot show anything on screen. Here is the screenshot:
For solving this: Start Windows Powershell as Administrator
copy and past the correct target of the Management Shell:
powershell.exe -noexit -command "cd $env:UserProfile; Import-Module 'C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft Lync Server 2013ModulesLyncLync.psd1'"
now try and open the normal Lync Management Shell, everything should work.
While i was installing Lync 2013 on server 2012 R2 i got an error on the step of Forest preparation as given in the screenshot:
To resolve this error i opened Lync powershell from start menu and ran this command:
Enable-CsAdForest -GroupDomain domain.local -GlobalSettingsDomainController dc.domain.local -GroupDomainController dc.domain.local -GlobalCatalog dc.domain.local
After running this command try to run the setup again and it will be fine this time.