Previously written an article how to use the built in Skype for Business\/Lync client call recording feature to achieve on demand PSTN call recording. This solution will record all conversations on a PC from the Skype for Business or Lync\nuser’s perspective. For this we will use the “Total Recorder” product, but there are likely a lot of other apps out there that can do the same thing.\nSteps to Setup\n1 – Get the “Total Recorder Standard Edition” here: http:\/\/www.totalrecorder.com\/productfr_tr.htm. The link\ndirectly to the trial software is here: http:\/\/www.highcriteria.ca\/download\/tr85se.exe. NOTE: the trial software works fully, but every minute it puts a burst of static in the recording.\n#2 – Install and restart your PC. Now run “Total Recorder”\n\nClick on Parameters” (above), then in the “Recording source and parameters” (below) select “Audio Recording source” = Software.\n\nIn “Advanced parameters for Software recording”\n– Check – “Record also input stream (Internet telephony only)\n– Check – “remove silence” this will only record when there is a call going\n\nNow you are ready to make calls and have them all recorded.\nNotes:\n– Records PSTN, Skype4B\/Lync peer to peer calls and conference calls. (in other words all call types)\n– (With “Total Recorder”) It seems when you use a Skype4B\/Lync audio device that is not the default audio device, the remote caller is not recorded in some cases.