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How to enable archiving disclaimer with federated user in Lync 2010 /2013?


Issue: How to enable archiving disclaimer for external communication in Lync 2010 /2013?
Problem Statement:
Recently management wanted to enable archiving disclaimer whenever user communicating to federated or external user.  So whenever internal user IM to federated partner user it should display an archiving disclaimer to federated partners at the beginning of an instant messaging session.
Resolution:
Permission Required: RTCUniversalServerAdmins or CsAdministrator or equivalent group permission.
You can enable sending an archiving disclaimer to federated partners using PowerShell command or Lync Server Control Panel:
This is preferred and fast way.
Enable Archiving disclaimer globally:
Set-CsAccessEdgeConfiguration –Identity global -EnableArchivingDisclaimer $True 

If you have not specify the Identity then it will apply globally by default.

Set-CsAccessEdgeConfiguration -EnableArchivingDisclaimer $True 

You can prevent the display of the archiving disclaimer using PowerShell command as below:
Set-CsAccessEdgeConfiguration -EnableArchivingDisclaimer $False
OR
Set-CsAccessEdgeConfiguration –Identity global -EnableArchivingDisclaimer $False

Command explanation:
Use Set-CsAccessedgeConfiguration and  EnableArchivingDisclaimer cmd let and Use True or False to enable or disable the archiving disclaimer.  

If you want to use Lync 2013 Server Control Panel then use below steps:
1.     Open a browser window, and then enter the Admin URL to open the Lync Server Control Panel.

2.     In the left navigation bar, click External User Access, click Access Edge Configuration.

3.     On the Access Edge Configuration tab, click Global, click Edit, and then click Show details.

4.     In Edit Access Edge Configuration, under Enable communications with federated users, select or clear the Send archiving disclaimer to federated partners check box to enable or disable automatically sending the archiving disclaimer.

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5.     Click Commit.

Thank you.

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