Batch file of grantunityaccess for multiple unity servers

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May 28th, 2007

Need to grant one domain account which is not a subscriber to access mutiple Unity servers, how to make this happen using a batch file?

Information from Cisco Unity System Administration Guide (With Microsoft Exchange), Release 4.0(5):

"If there are several servers that the administrators need access to, you can create a batch file that contains the commands to grant access to the applicable servers. In this way, you can avoid entering the commands repeatedly."

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ranpierce Tue, 05/29/2007 - 07:24

even if you have a batch file for the one account, you still need to run it on each Unity server seperatly. No way around this. If that is what you mean.

rlp

richardfu Fri, 06/08/2007 - 20:45

The situation is when grant one user to access multiple unity servers, we may need run a batch file without log on each server. Is this possible?

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ranpierce Mon, 06/11/2007 - 10:38

I have in the past needed to create batch files for grantunityaccess, however it was for many users one many Unity servers. If I remember correctly I had to run the batch file on each Unity server.

If I am not correct on this, feel free to correct.

rlp

Ginger Dillon Mon, 06/11/2007 - 12:54

Hi -

I have run this utility while accessing the Unity server (Version 4.2(1) remotely, via Remote Desktop. It is safe to access the Unity server via RDP, as long as you don't use Console only mode.

Ginger

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