Client Version Configuration

In addition to specifying the version of clients that you want to support in your environment, you can also specify a default action for clients that do not already have a version policy defined. This enables you to restrict which client versions are used in your environment, which can help you to control the costs associated with supporting multiple client versions.

Tasks you can perform

You can perform the following tasks on the Client Version Configuration page:

  • Edit the default ( Global) client version configuration.

  • Create client version configuration for a particular site.

  • Enable and disable existing client version configurations.

Note

Because anonymous users are not associated with a site, anonymous users are affected by global-level policies only.

UI Reference

The following lists describe the menus, command, fields, and properties on the page.

  • New You can create a client version configuration for a particular site.

  • Edit You can change the options of any of the client version policies. Using this option, you can do the following:

    • Show details This option opens a dialog box in which you can change the options for a client version configuration.

    • Select All This option selects all client version configurations in the list.

    • Delete This option deletes all selected client version configurations.

  • Refresh You can refresh the client version configuration list to verify the status of the options of all client version configurations.

For details about interoperability among clients and client versions, see Client Interoperability in Lync 2013 Preview in the Planning documentation. For details about working with client version configurations, see Modify the Default Action for Clients Not Explicitly Supported or Restricted in the Operations documentation.