Prepare additional computers hosting BEMS
- Verify that aBEMSserver is installed in your environment, and a trusted application pool and trusted computer entry is created according to the instructions in Prepare the initial computer hosting BEMS.
- Verify that the account that you use to complete this task is a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdmins group.
- Log in to the computer that hosts theMicrosoft Lync Server2013 orSkype for Businessusing an account with RTCUniversalServerAdmins group permissions.
- Open theManagement Shell.
- On the computer that hosts theMicrosoft Lync Server2013 orSkype for Business, create the trusted computer for theBEMStrusted application pool.
- To add the trusted computer for theBEMStrusted application pool, typeNew-CsTrustedApplicationComputer -Identity <.BEMSFQDN> -Pool <YourPoolFQDN>
For example:New-CsTrustedApplicationComputer -Identity BEMSHost2.mycompany.com -Pool BEMSAppPool.mycompany.com
- Where <BEMSFQDN> is the FQDN of computer hostingBEMS.
- Where <name of BEMS pool previously created> is the name of theBEMSpool in step 3c of Prepare the initial computer hosting BEMS
- If the computer hostingBEMSruns theBEMSPresenceservice, create an application endpoint. TypeNew-CsTrustedApplicationEndpoint -ApplicationId <". Pressappid_presence> -TrustedApplicationPoolFqdn <YourPoolFQDN> -SipAddress "sip:presence_<BEMSFQDN>@<SIPDomain>Enter.
For example:New-CsTrustedApplicationEndpoint -ApplicationId appid_presence -TrustedApplicationPoolFqdn BEMSAppPool.mycompany.com -SipAddress "sip:presence_BEMSHost2.email@example.com"
- Where <appid_presence> is the desired application ID of theBEMSPresenceservice.
- To publish the change to theMicrosoft Lync ServerandSkype for Businessenvironment, typeEnable-CsTopology. PressEnter.