How to change frontendpool for Trustedapplicationendpoints

  1. Stop the UCC service

  2. Run:

    Get-CsTrustedApplicationEndpoint | Select LineURI, ownerurn, displayname, sipaddress, displaynumber, conferencingpolicy,externalaccesspolicy, voicepolicy | Sort-Object ownerurn, sipaddress | Out-GridView

  3. Copy the output into the “Blank Input” tab of Endpoint.xlsx document (can be requested on the Support Portal).

  4. On the “Variables” tab fill in:

    1. SIP Domain in cell B1

    2. New TrustedApplicationPool name in cell B2

  5. Select all items on “Blank Input” and copy the items to the “Formulas” tab, beginning at cell F2

    1. All necessary PowerShell commands, needed for this migration are now automatically generated from column O and further.

    2. This is an extra backup.

  6. Create a backup of all applications and endpoints via the SAVEAPPS script (inside HELPERSCRIPTS folder of latest UCC build). Say Yes to delete the apps, a backup will be created in the SAVEAPPS folder.

  7. Open the LyncMicrosoft Lync (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator) is an instant messaging program designed for business use and is the successor of Windows Messenger. In order to use Lync, a Microsoft Lync Server is required. of Skype for Business topology builder (e.g. on a front-end server) and remove the current TrustedApplicationPool (or server when single server pool)

  8. Publish the topology

  9. Add the Lync 2013 or Skype for Business TrustedApplicationPool (both servers can already be added to the pool) (or server when single server pool) with the new front end pool as next hop

  10. Publish the new topology

  11. Run the Restore apps script (found in the HELPERSCRIPTS folder)

  12. Start the UCC service