- The Lync Server-enabled user account for the Lync Server Response Group agent was assigned to a different SIP domain that is registered with the Lync Server pool or server.
The update to the Lync Server Response Group agent SIP URI did not occur in the Lync Server response groups that the Lync Server Response Group agent is a member of.
Use the Lync Server Control Panel to access the Response Groups menu option.
On the Response Group menu, click Group.
Select the specific Lync Server response group that the updated Response Group agent is a member of.
Note The Lync Server Response Group agent can belong to more than one Lync Server response group.
On the menu bar, click Edit Details.
Scroll down to locate the original SIP URI for the Lync Server Response Group agent in the Agent list.
Select the specified Lync Server Response Group agent, and then click the Remove option on the menu bar.
On the top-most menu bar, click the Commit option.
Repeat steps 3 and 4.
Scroll down to locate the Lync Server Response Group Agent list.
Click Select on the menu bar.
In the Select Agents dialog box, use the Find feature to locate the Lync Server -enabled user who will be re-added to the selected Lync Server response group.
Select the agent that has the correct SIP URI, and then click OK.
On the top-most menu bar, click Commit.
At the top of the Response Group pane, click Refresh.
Sign out and then sign back in to the Lync clients that are experiencing the issue.
Make a call to a Lync Server Response Group agent from the Lync client contact list.
By default, he following error is generated by the application:
Windows Powershell returned the following errors: Cannot insert duplicate key row in object dbo.Agents with unique index IX_Agents_UserSid.
The statement has been terminated.
This error occurs because the removed Lync Server response group agent information has been marked for deletion in the dbo.Agents table of the rgsconfig database. There is some latency associated with the deletion process for the removed Lync Server response group agent record in the dbo.Agents table of the rgsconfig database. Only after the row that contains the unwanted Lync Server response group agent information is completely removed from the dbo.Agents table the Lync Server Response Group Agent Group commit process can be completed.
Therefore, the behavior that is described in the "Symptoms" section is by design.
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Product Bug Number: LCT 280524
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