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Unity Connection installation question

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Nov 15th, 2006
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I have Cisco unity Connection Application Software Disc Set that cisco distribute for testing purposes.


This kit has only the software and don't have the Windows 2003 CD shipped by Cisco.


I will use a Windows 2003 retail version but I need to know in advance how the cisco windows 2003 CD partitions the hard disk. How many partions needs to be created?


Somebody that have installed it on a 7825 perhaps may take a look into his Server and comeback with the information of how it is partitioned.


I know it might fail since it is not the cisco customized version of W2003 but I want to give it a try.


TIA, JB

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Chris Deren Wed, 11/15/2006 - 10:04
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I don't remember how it's partitioned but you dont have to partition it the same way, you can actually install CUC on any win2003 server with the following switch:

setup.exe /NOPCD

I've done it in the lab and worked great.



HTH,


Chris

brugmanjorge Wed, 11/15/2006 - 11:02
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thanks for replying Chris


Can you please clarify your answer?


Does it mean I can work with only 1 partition and then when installing the cisco connection, I should run the setup with the /NOPCD switch?


Regards, Jorge

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