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Windows 7: Contacting server and signing in Lync/Skype For Business

05 Apr 2016   #1
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Contacting server and signing in Lync/Skype For Business

Has anyone come across this issue before when using Lync. Lync 2013 stuck at "Contacting server and signing in" on all computers. Don't get any errors or timeouts.


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