1 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync TM Quick Start Guide
2 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync i Contents Participate in Online Meetings with Lync Web App... 1 Check Your Meeting Readiness... 1 Join the Meeting... 1 View Information About the Other Participants... 2 Send an Instant Message... 3 Save a File that Another Participant has Distributed... 3 Distribute a File... 3 Share Your Screen with Others... 4 Give a PowerPoint Presentation... 5 Open a Whiteboard... 5 Conduct a Poll... 5 Lync 2010 Attendee... 7 Obtain Lync 2010 Attendee... 7 Prepare Lync 2010 Attendee for a Meeting... 7 Install Lync 2010 Attendee before Joining a Meeting... 8 Install Lync 2010 Attendee during Join Meeting... 8 Join a Lync 2010 Online Meeting... 9 Wait in the Lobby Start IM, Phone, or Video Start Sharing Set Up, Start, and Join an Online Meeting Schedule an Online Meeting or Conference Call Change Meeting Access and Presenter Options Start an Unscheduled Meeting Join a Scheduled Online Meeting or Conference Call Join an Unscheduled Meeting Set Audio Preferences Share your Desktop or a Program Share Your Desktop with Others Share a Program Share a PowerPoint Presentation... 16
3 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync ii Create a Whiteboard Give Control to Others Use Voice and Video Select Your Audio Devices Find the Right Person Place a Voice Call Start a Conference Call Answer a Call Invite Other People to the Conversation Add Voice to an IM Conversation Use the Call Controls Plug in a Webcam Add Video to a Conversation... 21
4 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 1 Participate in Online Meetings with Lync Web App Participate in Microsoft Lync 2010 online meetings even if you don t have a Microsoft Lync account and haven t installed the Lync 2010 client software on your computer. Use this guide to support you during your first meeting using Microsoft Lync Web App communications software. Check Your Meeting Readiness Before meeting time, run the meeting readiness program to determine if you have the programs you ll need for a successful Lync meeting. You may have to download the Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 browser plug-in, or a later version of Silverlight, and then restart your computer. To run the meeting readiness program: Open your Online Meeting invitation, click First online meeting? at the end of the invitation, and then follow the instructions. Join the Meeting To join the meeting, do the following: 1. At meeting time, open your Online Meeting invitation, and then click Join online meeting in the message. 2. In the Lync 2010 screen that opens, click Join the meeting using your web browser.
5 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 2 3. If you have an account with the organization that called the meeting, click Join using your corporate credentials. NOTE: With corporate credentials, you will have a few more privileges, such as being able to join the meeting without waiting for the leader to approve you. Otherwise, click Join as a guest. 4. If necessary, enter your corporate credentials or type a display name for yourself, and then click Join Meeting. You may have to wait until the meeting leader lets you in, or you may be admitted right away. View Information About the Other Participants The participant list indicates the permissions level of each participant: either Presenter or Attendee. Only presenters can share their screens, give Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, open whiteboards, and access other features, depending on how the meeting was organized. The icons next to each name indicate whether the person is currently participating in instant messaging (IM), audio, video, and content sharing in the meeting.
6 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 3 Send an Instant Message To send an instant message to meeting participants, do the following: 1. At the bottom of the meeting window, click the message input area, and begin typing. TIP: You can format your message using the text formatting options, and add emoticons if you d like. 2. Press the <Enter> key. NOTE: Your IMs are received by all the meeting participants. Save a File that Another Participant has Distributed To save a file that someone shares during a meeting, do the following: 1. At the top of the meeting window, click the [Add or view attachments] button. 2. Click the file, select a location, and then click [Save]. Distribute a File To share a file with other participants, do the following: 1. At the top of the meeting window, click the [Add or view attachments] button.
7 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 4 2. At the bottom of the Attachments dialog box, click Add Attachment. 3. Locate and then double-click the file you want to distribute. 4. When the file appears in the Attachments dialog box, click [Close]. Meeting participants will be alerted that there s a new attachment, which they can save for future viewing. Share Your Screen with Others The first time that you initiate desktop or program sharing, you will be prompted to download the Lync Web App plug-in. Depending on the permission levels set by the meeting organizer, a meeting presenter may need to make you a presenter (if you are not already one) before you can show your desktop or program to the other meeting participants. NOTE: Only one person at a time can share. In the meeting window, click the Share menu to see your available sharing options. Share Your Desktop In the meeting window, click the Share menu, and then click Desktop. If you have only one monitor, it will be displayed to all the meeting participants. If you have more than one monitor, you will be prompted to select the monitor or monitors that you want to display. Share a Program 1. In the meeting window, click the Share menu, and then click Program. 2. In the Select programs dialog box, select the program or programs that you want to display, and then click Start Sharing.
8 Give a PowerPoint Presentation To present PowerPoint slides to meeting participants, do the following: Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 5 1. Have a meeting presenter download the PowerPoint file you want to present. 2. In the meeting window, click the Share menu, click Recent Content, and then click the PowerPoint file. 3. Use the navigation arrows in the lower right of the stage to advance through your presentation, or click the [Show Thumbnails] button if you want to present your slides in a different order. Open a Whiteboard The whiteboard is a fresh page for notes and drawings that everyone in the meeting can use together. 1. In a meeting window, click the Share menu, and then click New Whiteboard. 2. To start writing or drawing on the whiteboard, use the tools in the lower left of the whiteboard. Conduct a Poll Take a quick vote on the matter at hand, or gather pertinent information from meeting participants with a minimum of fuss. You must be a presenter to create a poll. 1. In the meeting window, click the Share menu, and then click New Poll. 2. Type your question and at least two possible answers, and then click [OK].
9 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 6 If no one else is sharing, your poll opens, and meeting attendees can begin voting. 3. Do any of the following: To change the poll, click the [Edit poll question and choices] button. To allow the meeting Attendees as well as the other Presenters to watch the results of an ongoing poll, click the [Show results to everyone] button.
10 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 7 Lync 2010 Attendee Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendee is a conferencing client that allows users who do not have Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software installed, to participate in Lync 2010 online meetings. Lync 2010 Attendee provides communication tools such as instant messaging, audio, video, as well as collaboration tools such as application sharing, screen sharing, attachments, whiteboard, polling, and slide presentation. To join and participate in meetings, this topic presents a few tasks that you ll have to do to start using Lync 2010 Attendee. Obtain Lync 2010 Attendee You can obtain the Attendee client as follows: The support team in your organization installs Attendee for you. If the support team has set up Attendee, when you click the Join online meeting link in a Lync 2010 invitation, you ll be prompted to download and install Attendee. You can install it yourself from a download page before you intend to join a meeting. Go to the Microsoft website and search for Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendee - User Level Install. Prepare Lync 2010 Attendee for a Meeting You can adjust various settings in preparation for using Attendee. You can also adjust options when you re in the meeting. Click Start, click All Programs, and then click Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendee. The Options dialog box displays. These are the options that you can select from the Options dialog box:
11 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 8 NOTE: You could join Lync 2010 meetings with earlier versions of Communicator, but we recommend that you use Lync 2010 Attendee for the best experience. With Lync 2010, you ll get the full in-meeting features that are set by using Attendee. Install Lync 2010 Attendee before Joining a Meeting As mentioned, the support staff in your organization may have already installed and set up Attendee for you. If they did, you will see Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendee in the Windows Start menu, where you can open it and view and change options, if required. Or, if your organization allows it, you can download and install Attendee from Microsoft; go to their website and search for Microsoft Lync 2010 Attendee - User Level Install. When Attendee is installed, you can join a meeting as a guest or an authenticated user. Install Lync 2010 Attendee during Join Meeting 1. Click the Join online meeting link in a meeting invitation sent from Lync A screen displays with instructions for selecting a client to install. 2. Click Download and install Lync Attendee.
12 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 9 A webpage with a download and install link displays. 3. Follow the download and install instructions. After you ve completed the installation, in the Lync 2010 invitation click Join online meeting again. Join a Lync 2010 Online Meeting You can join a Lync 2010 online meeting as a guest or an authenticated user by following these steps. 1. Click the Join online meeting link in the invitation sent from Lync In the Lync 2010 Attendee sign-in screen shown here, select whether to join as a guest or as an authenticated user by using your company credentials:
13 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 10 Wait in the Lobby Depending on how the organizer has set up the meeting, you ll be able to either join the meeting immediately, or wait in the lobby until a meeting presenter admits you. You can be admitted only by a presenter or an organizer. Start IM, Phone, or Video As soon as you re admitted to a meeting by a presenter or an organizer, you ll see the meeting window. You can then use IM, audio, and video, and view what s being shared or presented. NOTE: Phone audio is only available via Lync audio phone connection. Click IM, Phone, or Video, depending on what you want to do. Start Sharing If you ve joined a meeting as a presenter, you can share. When you are in a meeting as an attendee, you don t have the option to share. To start to use one of the sharing options, an organizer or presenter must make you a presenter. Click Share to see the available sharing activities.
14 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 11 Set Up, Start, and Join an Online Meeting Use Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software to schedule an online meeting or conference call, start an unscheduled sharing and collaboration session, join a meeting, and set your audio preferences. Schedule an Online Meeting or Conference Call Schedule an online meeting or conference call in the Microsoft Outlook messaging and collaboration client by using the Online Meeting Add-in for Microsoft Lync The Online Meeting Add-in for Lync 2010 is installed automatically when Lync 2010 is installed. IMPORTANT: Lync supports both online meetings and conference calls. One meeting request is used for both purposes. To create an online meeting or conference call request in Outlook, do the following: In the Outlook Calendar, on the Home tab, click New Online Meeting (in Microsoft Outlook 2010) or Online Meeting (Microsoft Outlook 2007). Change Meeting Access and Presenter Options The default online meeting options are best for small conference calls or sharing and collaboration sessions with people inside your organization. If you are scheduling an online meeting with people outside your organization or your meeting is unusually large, use the Online Meeting Options dialog box to help you determine the following: Who should wait in the lobby before being admitted to the meeting? Who should have presenter privileges during the meeting? To set access and presenter options, do the following: 1. In the meeting request, on the Meeting tab, in the Online Meeting group, click Meeting Options.
15 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync In the Online Meeting Options dialog box, select the Customize access and presenters for this meeting check box. Start an Unscheduled Meeting To start an unscheduled meeting by using the Meet Now command, do the following: 1. In the Lync main window, click the Show Menu arrow, and then click Meet Now. 2. In the group conversation window, click the [People Options] button, and then do one of the following: To invite people from your Contacts list, click Invite by Name or Phone Number, select one or more contacts, and then click [OK]. To invite people by sending an , click Invite by , and then fill out the meeting request. Join a Scheduled Online Meeting or Conference Call To join a scheduled meeting or conference call, do the following: 1. In the Outlook Calendar, open the meeting you want to join. 2. In the meeting request, click Join online meeting.
16 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 13 Join an Unscheduled Meeting You may be invited to an unscheduled or Meet Now meeting or to a meeting that is already in progress. In the notification that appears in the notification area, at the far right of the taskbar, click Join. Set Audio Preferences You can set up Lync to connect to the meeting audio the same way every time, or to prompt you for a choice. 1. In the Lync main window, click the [Options] button. 2. In the Lync - Options dialog box, click Phones; and under Joining conference calls, in the Join meting audio from box, do the following: To use integrated computer audio during meetings, click Lync. 3. (Optional) Under Joining conference calls, select the Prompt me before joining to confirm or select another audio source check box. Choose this option if your audio preferences change frequently.
17 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 14 Share your Desktop or a Program Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software makes it easy for you to share your desktop with others remotely. During a Lync 2010 conversation or online meeting, you can show your screen to everyone in the conversation or meeting. Not only can you show them your desktop, you can choose to show only one program. You can also deliver Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and collaborate with others on a virtual whiteboard, which is a fresh page for notes and drawings that everyone in the meeting can use together. When you start to share your desktop or a program, you re the only one in control. If you want, you can allow others to navigate and make changes on your desktop with their own mouse and keyboard. Share Your Desktop with Others To share your desktop with others: 1. Open Lync, and, in your Contacts list, double-click a contact s name. 2. When the conversation window opens, click the Share menu. 3. If you only have one monitor, click Desktop. Otherwise, choose which monitor(s) to share.
18 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 15 A bar that reads You are sharing appears at the top of your screen. 4. (Optional) To see how your screen looks to participants, click Preview. To close the preview, click Hide Stage. 5. When you want to stop sharing, on the sharing bar at the top of your screen, click the Stop Sharing button. Share a Program 1. In the conversation window, click the Share menu, and then click Program. 2. In the Share Programs dialog box, double-click the program that you want to show. A bar that reads You are sharing appears at the top of your screen. 3. (Optional) To see how your screen looks to participants, click Preview. To close the preview, click Hide Stage. 4. When you want to stop sharing, on the sharing bar, click the Stop Sharing button.
19 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 16 Share a PowerPoint Presentation 1. In the conversation window, click the Share menu, and then click PowerPoint Presentation. 2. In the Share PowerPoint dialog box, double-click the PowerPoint presentation that you want to share. When the content is prepared for presentation and uploaded, the other participants will be able to see your presentation. NOTE: You can make annotations on the presentation using the annotation tools at the lower left of the presentation. A bar that reads You are sharing appears at the top of your screen. 3. (Optional) To see how your screen looks to participants, click Preview. To close the preview, click Hide Stage. 4. When you want to stop sharing, on the sharing bar, click the Stop Sharing button. Create a Whiteboard 1. In the conversation window, click the Share menu, and then click New Whiteboard. 2. To start writing or drawing on the whiteboard, use the annotation tools at the lower left of the whiteboard. Give Control to Others 1. While sharing your desktop, monitors, or a program, on the sharing bar, click the Give Control menu. 2. Click Automatically accept control requests, to give control to everybody, or click the name of
20 an individual under Attendees. 3. In the Lync dialog box confirming that you want to give control, click [OK]. 4. When you want to take back control, press <Ctrl>+<Alt>+<Spacebar>. If Automatically accept control requests is selected, click it to clear it. Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 17
21 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 18 Use Voice and Video If you have a microphone and speakers, you re ready to use Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software for voice calls internal to your organization. You can also plug in any device recommended by your organization, such as a USB headset, USB phone, or handset; Lync 2010 automatically configures your settings. Select Your Audio Devices To select your audio devices: 1. Open Lync, and, in the lower-left corner of the Lync main window, click the Audio Device menu. 2. Either select the audio devices that you want to use, or click Audio Device Settings to set up a new audio device. Find the Right Person The search box is the first place to go to find the people you need to contact. 1. In the Lync main window, in your Contacts list, start typing a person s name in the search box. Results display below the search bar. 2. (Optional) Do any of the following: If you see who you re looking for, double-click the contact to send an instant message. To add the contact to your Contacts list, point to the contact, click the [Add to Contacts] button, then select the appropriate contact group.
22 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync 19 Place a Voice Call You can start a phone call with one simple click. 1. In your Contacts list or search results, point to the contact, and then click the [Call] button. A new conversation window opens. Start a Conference Call To call multiple contacts: 1. In your Contacts list, press and hold the <Ctrl> key, and then click the contacts you want to call. 2. Right-click any one of the selected contacts, and then click Start a Conference Call. Answer a Call When you get a call, an incoming call notification is displayed in the lower-right corner of your computer screen. Do any of the following: 1. To answer the call, click anywhere in the incoming call notification. 2. To redirect it to a different number, click Redirect, and then select a number.
23 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync To send the call to voice mail, click Decline. Invite Other People to the Conversation To invite other people to a conversation already in progress, do the following: 1. In the conversation window, click the People Options menu. 2. Click Invite by Name or Phone Number, click the contact you want or search for, and then click [OK]. Add Voice to an IM Conversation To add voice to an instant-messaging (IM) conversation: 1. In the conversation window, click the [Call] button. Lync adds voice and audio to your conversation. You can continue typing while you talk. Use the Call Controls In a conversation window, during a Lync call, use the call controls to do any of the following: 1. To put a call on hold, click the [Hold] button. 2. To send your call to another phone or merge the call with another conversation, click the Transfer menu.
24 Web Conferencing with Microsoft Lync To end a call, click the [Leave Call] button. Other controls enable you to mute your microphone or speakers, display a dial pad, and switch devices. Plug in a Webcam For the closest thing to a face-to-face conversation, connect a webcam to your computer. Lync automatically detects the webcam and uses it for your next video call. To see your webcam settings: 1. In the upper-right corner of the Lync main window, click the [Options] button. 2. In the Lync - Options dialog box, click Video Device. Add Video to a Conversation If you have a webcam set up, you can choose to allow your contact to see you as you speak. To set up a webcam, see the previous section, Plug in a Webcam. 1. In the conversation window, click the [Video] button. The video call starts. You can continue to send instant messages to the call recipient and also other contacts. NOTE: If you accept someone s incoming video call, they won t see you unless you add video from your side of the conversation.
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