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Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Skype for Business® (Lync®) | 0 comments

Microsoft Lync 2010 Self-Paced Training Videos

Microsoft Lync 2010 Self-Paced Training Videos

The Microsoft Lync 2010 Self-Paced Training Videos are a collection of short videos which demonstrate a number of different features of Lync. They have been produced by Microsoft and can be incorporated in internal training documents or used on internal intranets. You can download them directly from Microsoft here.

However, I was trying to find a single place where all the videos were hosted on a single page, which I could link to, as the download file is 140MB. Although the videos have been hosted on YouTube there wasn’t a single page showing them all. Therefore, I’m listing them below for easy consumption.

 

Set up call forwarding and simultaneous ring in Lync 2010

Change your voice mail greeting and options

Manage your calls with Lync 2010

Add voice to an instant message using Lync 2010

Make a call using Lync 2010

Check your voice mail with Lync 2010

Answer a call using Lync 2010

Check your call quality with Lync 2010

Schedule a typical meeting

Schedule a meeting for a large audience

Schedule a meeting as a delegate

Customize your meeting options

Join a meeting using Lync Attendee or Lync Web App

Join a meeting and select an audio option

Call into a meeting as an international participant

Call into a meeting as a leader or participant

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