Windows 7 UC Managed API 3.0 with Lync Server 2010


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If you are a developer using the Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) 3.0 with Lync Server 2010, you
may need to add your workstation to a pool of trusted application endpoints so you can debug from your developer environment.

Nicholas Fish, Software Development Engineer in Test on the Lync team, answers these related questions: What is a trusted application endpoint? Why do I need a trusted application pool? How do I provision all that? How do I verify it worked? How do I configure my application to use the trusted application endpoint in Visual Studio 2010?

For more information see the Microsoft Lync Developer Center on MSDN, and the Microsoft Lync website.


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