We are in the process of deploying Lync Server 2010 and migrating users from the current OCS 2007 R2 environment to the Lync Server 2010 environment.
Initially users migrated from OCS 2007 R2 to Lync 2010 were able to join Live Meetings which were scheduled prior to migration, since last week Lync users are not able to join any Live Meetings anymore.
I ran a Netmon trace and see that the Live Meeting client is trying to the new Lync pool and it does not redirect users to the OCS pool which is hosting the web conferencing services.
Currently the OCS environment is still the primary environment, the OCS edge services and reverse proxy are still in use, the Lync Edge servers have not been brought into production yet.
Internally the user gets directed to the meet.URL externally the users gets a message that Live Meeting is currently not available.
Any ideas why Lync users are not being directed to the OCS pool when trying to join a Live Meeting ?