Updating address book lync 2016


The reason for this was that I didn’t check if they were running on the Primary SQL instance back in Step 3 (I did this for the example to show what happens when you don’t do this.

Really you should have done this check back in Step 3).

In the real world you should actually do this at this point.

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From the screenshot above we can see that on the secondary server, the rgsconfig database has been automatically deleted.With the release of Lync 2013 CU2 (July 2013) the upgrade process has changed from what is documented here.The new process in CU2 does not include the requirement to break the database mirror anymore.Note: In the future the need to remove the database mirror for other database types may become a requirement as well.So if you are coming to this post for a newer CU update, please refer to the specifics of the KB article relating to your specific CU release.So now when I check the status of the Persistent Chat databases with the Database Mirror Manager I notice that they are both on the Secondary SQL instance: To change these back over I just clicked on the Primary check boxes for both of these databases and then click the Invoke button.

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