I have a Unity 4.2.1 server working with CCM 4.1. We bought an matching server for our Unity Box. The intent was to have this identical box to keep offline in case there was a failure on the Online system. We could just switch the offline version on and not have any down time. We took a server image of Unity and deployed it to the offline server. We shut down the Online server and booted up the "offline" (now online) Unity server. Unity started up and within minutes Voicemail was working again. We thought great, but then reports started coming in that the ending of messages were being trimmed off. When we tested it, it looked like the final 2 secs of any message was being trimmed in mid sentence.
I looked around this site and I saw a few things but nothing with a solution.
I did however, see that Unity was licensed to the MAC address, which got me to thinking that it could have been a licensing issue, because the MAC address was different. As we were just testing the scenario, we did not want to call to switch the license over not knowing if it would fully work. What confused me is that why would Unity and voicemessaging work if the servers MAC address has changed ? We have since had to power back on the production machine which everything works as it should. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated. Thanks
Also no error or messages in the event viewer. Win 2000 server