Aren’t you just dying to fire up a complete virtualized client environment and try out the exciting new features in Lync 2013 as they pertain to those wonderful Citrix and VMWare clients? Welcome to the world of fully virtualized clients.
But wait! You may want to do a little light reading first.
I had to hunt and peck all over the web to find some of this information, so I have made this lame attempt to bring some of it together into one place (so poco viejo me does not lose it).
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=21129 (VDI in Lync 2010)(But good reading)
Oh, BTW, for you O365 freaks: VDI not supported.
Known Limitations for VDI
The following are known limitations when you are using Lync 2013 in a VDI environment:
- There is limited support for Call Delegation and Response Group Agent Anonymization features.
- There is no support for the following features:
- Integrated Audio Device and Video Device tuning pages.
- Multi-view video.
- Recording of conversations.
- Joining meetings anonymously (that is, joining Lync meetings hosted by an organization that does not federate with your organization).
- Using the Lync VDI plug-in along with a Lync Phone Edition device.
- Call continuity in case of a network outage.
- Customized ringtones and music on hold features.