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Error Message: The certificate you selected is issued for a subject that differs from the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of this pool. If you continue, clients and other servers may not be able to connect to this server. Do you wish to proceed with this certificate? This error message occurs when you are applying a certificate to an LCS server connection entry and it does not match the name of the pool. Try these fixes: . Some organizations have a pool name that consists of the full domain or subdomain of a network, but have DNS host A records that are flat. For example, if an LCS pool s actual FQDN is Pool1.SubDomain.Company.com, but the DNS host A record and SRV records point to Pool1.Company.com, then the certificate name should be Pool1.Company.com to match the record, which does not match the FQDN of the pool. In this case, ignore the error message by clicking the Yes button. . If the previous scenario does not apply and the name of your certificate is invalid, click the No button, request a new certificate as described in the steps listed in Chapter 4, and then re-apply the certificate to the connection entry. IM Archiving FAQs Many new LCS customers have questions about how the LCS IM Archiving Service works, including both technical and scenario-based inquiries. This section provides responses to some of these frequently asked questions . Which LCS pool server kicks off the archiving process during a one-to-one conversation? LCS uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as its communication protocol. SIP has two methods that are of significant use to the LCS IM Archiving Service: INVITE and BYE. If User 1 fires up their client (Communicator or Windows Messenger) and begins a conversation with User 2, User 1 initiates the SIP INVITE method. The INVITE method, if both users are set to be archived, kicks off the entry into the LCS IM Archiving database by CALLER ID. All subsequent messages during this session are grouped under this CALLER ID and TIME STAMP record. User 2 s pool server again, if the user is set to be archived will also archive User 2 s messages, but will not duplicate the insert of User 1 s message. User 2 s pool server is intelligent in that it notices the CALLER ID entry, posting its messages under that record. This is a major difference from that of IM Logic s solution, whereby duplicates are stored and then eventually removed. The LCS IM Archiving Service s solution enables you to appropriately follow the conversation in the IM Archiving database. . What if the initiating user (User 1 in the previous scenario) closes their conversation window and User 2 is still hanging there, and then User 1 comes back online? When a user closes their conversation window, and only the conversation window, it initiates a SIP BYE method. The BYE method closes the CALLER ID record, so even if User 2 is hanging there with all of the previous messages and User 1 signs back in and starts messaging again, this is considered a new conversation. . What if User 1 and User 2 both have their clients open for days? 202 Chapter 9

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