Download Lync 2010 Client
I feel silly asking this. Where can I download the Lync 2010 client. It seems the only install I can find is the Eval.
September 1st, 2011 6:44pm
Look on your licensing page, Office 2010 Pro Plus.
September 1st, 2011 10:12pm
I'm a knuckle head. Thanks Adam
September 2nd, 2011 12:52am
September 1st, 2012 3:10am
Hey Rob. I see that on my licesneing page i'm entitiled to the client. The quesiton is where is it? The client doesn't install when you install office 2010 plus.
November 30th, 2012 1:23am
I'm sorry but the link for 32-bit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5484 doesn't work fine. Do you have another way to download Lync 2010 client for Windows XP 32 Bit ?
Thank's in advance for your help.
July 15th, 2013 11:04am
I'm having the same issue. We have Lync 2010 deployment that we are just configuring, but the actual client is not available on the server installation media or on the Office Plus 2010 media. The links above refer to the trial software - but where on earth
is the full non trial software? Or does this simply convert when it connects to a full Lync 2010 server?
September 8th, 2013 1:44am
Why has no-one answered this last question? It's the only useful question here... This "Look on your
licensing page" doesn't help anyone but the system admin, this is a public board and so some actual help would be preferred to snooty comments by people too bored of their job to actually help but apparently too unmotivated to do anything but put others
From testing the software my side, the trial seems to install as a full version due to the full server being connected to, but there are still options missing when comparing to the install on a nearby machine, so I can't say for sure. It doesn't say trial
anywhere on my install though. I used the 64bit version above.
March 18th, 2014 7:51am
Because Microsoft, like all large software companies that aren't part of the Open Source community, see us only as people who buy stuff out of desperation. You're not entitled to support of the product after you buy it because your repeat business
is not important to Microsoft.
The only way that any of us will ever be important to Microsoft is to stop using their expensive bloatware and switch to Linux with alternative communication methods.
May 17th, 2014 6:15pm
What a balanced, helpful and useful comment from Justin. Such a valuable contribution to the discussion.
Sunday, December 07, 2014 11:47 AM
December 7th, 2014 11:46am
Thank you Justin. I appreciate the perspective. It's good to get out of the technical muck and get a broad view of what we are dealing with....a corporation like any other who's business it is to make money. The up side is that I believe Bill
Gates is involved in many philanthropic causes with that money.
June 21st, 2015 11:42pm