Get update 3175174 for Lync for Mac 2011 14.4.1
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Download the Lync for Mac 2011 14.4.1 update package now.
Release Date: July 2016
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How to install this update
Before you install the Lync for Mac 2011 14.4.1 update on your computer, you must uninstall any version of Lync for Mac 2011 that's earlier than Lync for Mac 2011 14.0.4. Additionally, you must make sure that the computer is running Mac OS X 10.5 or a later version of the Mac OS X operating system.
To verify that the computer meets the operating system version prerequisite, click About This Mac on the Apple menu.
To determine the version of Lync for Mac 2011 that's installed on your computer, follow these steps:
On the Go menu, click Applications.
Start Lync for Mac 2011.
On the Lync menu, click About Lync.
The version number of Lync for Mac 2011 is displayed in the About Lync dialog box.
After you install the Lync for Mac 2011 14.4.1 update, we recommend that you restart the computer before you sign in to Lync for Mac 2011.
Update replacement information
This update replaces the February 2016 update for Lync for Mac 2011 14.3.3.
Issues that the update fixes
This update includes improvements and fixes that are described in the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
See the general information about resources for Lync for Mac 2011.
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