Your company deploys Microsoft Lync Online. You deploy the Microsoft Lync 2010 client to all client computers. All users log on to the local domain. You need to prevent users from modifying the Advanced Connection Settings on the Lync 2010 client. What should you do?
A . Deploy a Group Policy object (GPO) that uses the Communicator.adm administrative template.
B . Deploy a Group Policy object (GPO) that removes all of the members of the local Administrators group.
C . From the Lync Server Management Shell, run the Set-CsClientPolicy cmdlet.
D . From the Lync Server Management Shell, run the Set-CsUserServicesConfiguration cmdlet.
A group policy object (GPO) is used to configure client and server settings in an Active Directory domain. For client computer settings, the settings are applied when the computer starts up.
By installing Communicator.adm administrative template, you will add Lync specific client settings to a group policy. This will enable you to configure Lync client settings and deploy the settings to all client computers that run the Lync Client software. By configuring the Advanced Connection Settings using a group policy object, you will prevent the users from modifying the settings.