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Can you advise if .NET Framework 4.7 or higher is also compatible with Lync Server 2013 ?If so which Lync update is the minimum requirement?
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@oradcliffe Would your scenario include ADFS? Just trying to think what mechanisms that would permit getting that OAuth token from the on-prem/azure environment given a username/pass. (my comment should have been "SfBO and EXO" to be more accurate)
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@Tristan Griffiths that's not entirely true. I can set up, for one example, Skype on prem to use Oauth with Azure as the token signer. I could then disable basic auth in my tenant and still use username/pass with my on prem deployment, and that would use OAuth via Azure.
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@oradcliffe Yup, with basic auth disabled in SfBO or EXO, only web sign-in (https://aka.ms/sphone) will work.
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@Tristan Griffiths that is about right yeah, but don't forget you can enable OAuth in ExO and SfBO, as well as SfB on prem. You can also disable basic auth in your O365 tenant, and then you'd be either using OAuth or just failing to sign in :)
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