Figure 4-5 To create a DNS host A

automatic configuration, you will need to create a DNS SRV record to enable the client to sign into the LCS service using the TLS protocol. If you enable only TCP connectivity to your LCS environment, you will need to create a DNS SRV record for the TCP connection. The following table outlines the required DNS SRV records based upon the transport and client application used: LCS Use Protocol Example of DNS SRV Record Client Application Type Internal TCP _SIPINTERNAL._TCP.COMPANY.COM Communicator Internal TCP _SIP._TCP.COMPANY.COM Windows Messenger 5.1 Internal TLS _SIPINTERNALTLS._TCP.COMPANY.COM Communicator Internal TLS _SIP._TLS.COMPANY.COM Windows Messenger 5.1 External TLS _SIP._TLS.COMPANY.COM Both Federation TLS _SIPFEDERATIONTLS._TCP.COMPANY.COM Communicator The following steps demonstrate an example of creating a DNS SRV record for an internal TLS connection for Microsoft Office Communicator: 1. Log in to a server that has access to the DNS server that resides within your LCS infrastructure. 2. From the Windows Start menu, select All Programs.Administrative Tools, and click DNS (refer to Figure 4-6). 3. Expand the tree menu on the left to display the domain to which you are deploying LCS. 4. From the Actions menu, select Other New Records (refer to Figure 4-7). 5. The Resource Record Type window will open, as shown in Figure 4-8. Figure 4-8 79 Preparing Your Environment for Live Communications Server 2005

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