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Smart Call Connector SCC UC500

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Mar 6th, 2013
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I have a question on SCC for my customer.


He wants basic presence on their internal NFR UC540 system but have no requirement for receptionist usage.

I’ve been having a hunt around and would like to confirm what would be needed?

They have 17 phones so would they need to get


1x L-SW-SCC-SERVER


2x L-SW-SCC-8ADVANCED


I’m guessing they wouldn’t need SCC for all handsets so could probably get away with 1 additional licence pack.


Also is the Server SKU needed to run SCC? I have heard that it may not be needed?


Thanks in advance for your help

Correct Answer by David Trad about 4 years 5 months ago

Hi Alan,


You can run standalone mode but not recommended.


I would stick with your original assumption and get a server and 2X 8 Pac licenses to cover it, in order for SCC to really work properly it is highly recommended to get a server, and then spend the countless hours setting it up as well


But please keep in mind that I do not see Cisco continuing any maintenance on SCC or any other major releases, I could be wrong, but I know it wont most likely be setup to work with Windows 8 either, which tells me (And I could be wrong again) that they will probably call it EoL and EoS.



Cheers,


David Trad.

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David Trad Thu, 03/07/2013 - 16:39
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Hi Alan,


You can run standalone mode but not recommended.


I would stick with your original assumption and get a server and 2X 8 Pac licenses to cover it, in order for SCC to really work properly it is highly recommended to get a server, and then spend the countless hours setting it up as well


But please keep in mind that I do not see Cisco continuing any maintenance on SCC or any other major releases, I could be wrong, but I know it wont most likely be setup to work with Windows 8 either, which tells me (And I could be wrong again) that they will probably call it EoL and EoS.



Cheers,


David Trad.

**If you don't want to rate a post that is fine, I'll just find out where you live and hunt you down**

^^ That's a joke just in case you didn't get it :)