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VVX400 Different credentials for Skype for Business and Exchange

Our company is deploying Skype for Business as its main means of communication, and we're in the process of trying out a couple of deskphones to work in this new environment.

 

We're tyring the Polycom VVX400, and we're rather charmed by the ease of use, especially the BToE function makes it real easy. There's one thing i can't figure out. Our Skype for Business environment is setup seperate from the rest of our Office 365 environment. Our vendor (Vodafone) has setup a seperate AD and Skype for Business servers, resulting in different credentials for Skype for Business and the rest of Office 365.

 

Is there an option in the VVX 400 to enter two sets of credentials? One set for Skype for Business, and another set for Exchange?

 

I'm running Software version 5.5.1.15937

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Re: VVX400 Different credentials for Skype for Business and Exchange

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Hello Toon,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

I contact you directly to discuss this together with Vodafone.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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