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Everything you want to understand to get Lync 2013 up and working smoothly
As a Unified Communications (UC) expertise, Lync lets you retain song of your contacts' availability so that you can speak with someone, wherever, and at any time. With this hands-on ebook, you are going to the way to administer the most recent and such a lot powerful model of Lync Server with a view to ship an IM; commence or sign up for an audio, video, or internet convention; or make a telephone name via a well-recognized interface. full of real-world workouts all through, this precise source encourages you to profit from the simplest practices and deployments of others that you can reap the benefits of their experiences.
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With getting to know Microsoft Lync Server 2013, you'll achieve the abilities you must successfully set up Lync Server 2013 and be in your solution to gaining the entire merits UC has to offer.
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WNS is a cloud service hosted by Microsoft for Windows 8. Windows Store apps can use WNS to receive notifications that can run code, update a live tile, or raise an on-screen notification. To use WNS, the local computer must be connected to the Internet so that the WNS service can communicate with it. A Windows Store app in the foreground can use WNS to update live tiles, raise notifications to the user, or update badges. Apps do not need to be on the lock screen to use WNS. You should consider using WNS in your app if it must run code in response to a push notification.
InternetNotAvailable An Internet connection must be unavailable. ■■ SessionConnected The session must be connected. ■■ SessionDisconnected The session must be disconnected. The maintenance trigger can schedule a background task as frequently as every 15 minutes if the device is plugged in to an AC power source. It is not fired if the device is running on batteries. System and maintenance triggers run for every application that registers them (and declares them in the application manifest). In addition, an application that leverages the lock screen–capable feature of the Windows Runtime can also register background tasks for other events.
You can find the answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is correct or incorrect in the “Answers” section at the end of this chapter. 1. Which is the lowest frequency at which an app can schedule a maintenance trigger? A. 2 hours. B. 15 minutes every hour. C. 7 minutes if the app is in the lock screen. D. None; there is no frequency for maintenance triggers. 2. How many conditions need to be met for a background task to start? A. All the set conditions. B. Only one.