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BOOK: Professional Unified Communications Development with Microsoft Lync Server 2010
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Old June 23rd, 2011, 07:18 PM
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Default Upgrading from UCCAPI to Lync

I am currently developing an application using UCCAPI and OCS. I want to start working with Lync 2010, however, I am afraid that if I install the new Lync APIs, I won't be able to continue development on our existing product line.

Can I have both installed on my system and they co-exist without any problems?

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Juan G.
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As per the help documentation, Lync Client/Lync Server and OCS do not co-exist on the same machine and there is no side-by-side install. I've found this to be true by experience as well.
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Unfortunately they can't coexist. I've had to use two separate development environments, one for OCS and one for Lync.
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