The phone must also be successfully registered to a Lync Server in order for this capability to function.The example used in the remainder of this article is a Polycom VVX 410 phone running 188.8.131.5274 firmware, registered externally via an Edge Server to a Lync Server 2013 environment.) as that information is important when approving any pending updates.This part is nearly identical to how Lync Phone Edition updates are imported and approved in Lync Server, as documented in this previous article.The Nu Get Package Manager UI in Visual Studio on Windows allows you to easily install, uninstall, and update Nu Get packages in projects and solutions.
Also note the revision that was reported in the entry (e.g.
The update behavior of the VVX phones is very similar to that of Lync Phone Edition, yet is even more flexible.
For LPE devices the update service is queried immediately after the initial registration and then again after a hard-coded period of time.
The ) to indicate a newer version, in addition to the last four digits being incremented.
As these letter codes come from engineering pre-release builds then whichever package makes it to general availability is the code that is used, so that is why they simply aren’t contiguous (e.g.
If a new update is available LPE devices will wait for a certain period of inactivity on the phone and then automatically download, waiting again for more idle time before rebooting itself to complete the process.