In my previous two posts (Communicator Automatic Sign-In Part 1 and Part 2) I explored two common pitfalls to make Office Communicator 2007 Automatic Sign-In work with OCS 2007. In this post I explain one last hurdle: ensuring that the client trusts the Certificate Authority (CA) that issued the certificate used on the OCS 2007 [...]
Office Communicator client signs into OCS in one of two ways:
1) The OCS server hostname is manually specified in Communicator, or,
2) “Automatic Sign-In” via a DNS query on the SIP domain (the domain portion of the user’s SIP address) which returns the OCS server (or pool).
This is true for clients running both inside and outside [...]