This post continues the Part I and focus on persistent chat server specific deployment steps. The same process apply to all persistent servers in a pool.
Open PowerShell with administrative privilege, install prerequisite.
Add-WindowsFeature Net-Framework-Core, RSAT-ADDS, Windows-Identity-Foundation, NET-WCF-HTTP-Activation45, Web-Asp-Net45, MSMQ –Source D:\Sources\SxS\
Note: In my setup, Windows Server 2012 R2 media is connected as D:
Install windows update (KB2982006).
Run setup.exe from Skype for Business Server 2015 installation media and follow the steps.
Open Skype for Business Server Deployment Wizard and run “Install Administrative Tools”
Open Skype for Business Server 2015 deployment wizard and run “Install or Update Skype for Business Server System”
Run step 1 “Install Local Configuration Store”
Run step 2 “Setup or Remove Skype for Business Server Components”
Note: Everything is common till step 2 for all persistent chat servers.
Run step 3 “Request, Install or Assign Certificates”
Click on Request.
Fill the required information and click on “Advanced”.
Enter friendly name and select “Mark the certificate’s private key as exportable”.
Add all the persistent chat servers fqdn which are going to be part of the same persistent chat pool.
Export the same certificate for rest of the persistent chat servers.
Import and assign the certificate to rest of the persistent chat servers.
Once you have done with the configuration of all persistent servers within a pool. Start the services by running “Start-CswindowsService” on each server.