valiegenus Sun, 07/06/2008 - 22:00
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Thanx, but what i want to know is the suitable version windows for CRS 4.5 , i know that win server 2000 is suitable but what about 2003 here is no mention on crs documents about that issues.


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Chris Deren Mon, 07/07/2008 - 04:27
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CRS 4.5 runs only on Windows 2000, it is not compatible with 2003. CRS 5.0 runs on 2003, but obviuosly it requires different version of CM.


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valiegenus Mon, 07/07/2008 - 04:39
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i installed win 2k advanced and sp4 but i faced a problem at the beggining of the installation saying : " computer hardware provided by cisco is required to install cisco CRS.installation will now reboot."

Chris Deren Mon, 07/07/2008 - 05:51
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You need to install it on Cisco supported MCS type server as well as Cisco version of Windows 2000 such as 2000.4.5a. The server will require at least 2 Gb or RAM and 72 GB drives.


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islam.irshaid Mon, 07/07/2008 - 23:59
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same issue here

we do not have the Cisco version of Windows 2000 because we have a CCM version 5 with Cisco Appliance (MCS 7825) but now we call for swap CCM5 with IPCCX . therefore IPCCX will be installed on the same platform.


The problem here that we have no Windows OS with Cisco Delivered package , so could you please help in such issue ????


note that we have IPCCX license file.


Thanks in advance


nagabhushanamj@... Tue, 07/08/2008 - 01:23
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Hi


I think for IPPX in CCM5.x need a seperate server. You cannot install on CCM5.x since its linux box. But in CCM4.x & before version IPCCX is co resident with CCM.


Regards

Nags

simonandorfi Tue, 07/08/2008 - 02:56
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What you can do, is modify your basic windows 2000 with the reg-keys from a cisco-os. This is working even in a VM. But never do this in a production deployment. Only for lab stuff.

You have to use a cisco-compatible hw with CiscoOS!

islam.irshaid Tue, 07/08/2008 - 03:15
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Yes,,,

we have the cisco-compatible hw, but without the OS.


should we contact cisco for this ???

simonandorfi Tue, 07/08/2008 - 05:16
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usually ciscoOs is included in IP-IVR (or CRS) or CCM Bundles. I'm not sure how to buy that seperatly; but open a case is a good way to make sure :)

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