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Showcase the Power of Lync: Tip #9

By July 10, 2012June 7th, 2022Blog, Lync Server 2010, Lync Tool Belt, Microsoft

Be Unforgettable. Make a Real Impact

Showcase the power of Lync.  Tip #9

Impress your co-workers with how well you remember details as information flies by at a meeting. Just use Lync. You can easily record voice, video, and web meetings, then upload your audio notes to a SharePoint site for later reference.

To do it: In the Conversation window or in a meeting, click the More options button, and then click Start Recording.


Lync automatically saves the recording. If you have SharePoint Server 2010 and the appropriate rights, you can save the recording to a web address, such as a SharePoint asset library URL.

That’s real impact.


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  • You can store these XML files in either of two locations. The first is %ProgramFiles%Common FilesMicrosoft Sharedweb server extensions14TEMPLATElcidWorkflow. For example, the template definition of the built-in moderation workflow is stored in the moderationworkflow.xml file. The second location is the Workflows list of the root website of a site collection. The built-in Three-state workflow is an example. Regardless of where it is stored, at run time, the workflow template definition is used to create an SPWorkflowTemplate object, which is cached to speed up the creation of workflow instances.

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