Microsoft has released a new set of Visio stencils and shapes for Lync 2013 and Exchange 2013. You can download the new stencils here.
This stencil contains more than 300 icons to help you create visual representations of your Microsoft Office and Exchange Server architecture.
The Visio stencil provides more than 300 icons — many depicting servers, applications, and services — that you can use in architecture diagrams, charts, and posters. These icons are primarily centered around Lync, SharePoint, and Exchange technologies and features.
Creating visual representations of your Microsoft Lync Server 2010 topology is a helpful way to communicate your Lync Server 2010 deployment. Using standard Microsoft Visio stencils helps those in your organization to better understand how you architect your Microsoft Lync 2010 by experiencing your deployment visually. Together, Lync Server and Lync 2010 can be powerfully represented by standard and expressive Visio artwork.
Download them here and save them in your My Shapes folder.
Finally, Microsoft released the Microsoft Exchange 2010 Visio Stencil.
Use this stencil to create Visio drawings that contain Exchange 2010 objects. These shapes include icons for the following:
- Exchange 2010 server roles
- Features new to Exchange 2010 SP1
- Networking, telephony, and Unified Messaging objects
- Active Directory and directory service objects
- Client computers and devices
- Other Exchange organization elements
This download works with the Microsoft Office Visio 2003 or later.