As you are aware Cisco officially stated that Device Targets are depreciated as of UCCE 9.0 and have recommended the use of Agent Targeting Rules as opposed to the legacy Device Target method.
I was wondering if there is any situation where we are still required to use Device Targets as opposed to Agent Targeting rules ?
I am about to test Mobile agent with Agent Targeting Rule in my Lab, but other than that I have seen pretty much everything else function as normal when using Agent Targeting Rules.
I will post my results on the Mobile agent with Agent Targeting Rules by this weekend, I am guessing there shouldnt be any issues.
In the meanwhile, let me know in your experience you have found any interesting scenarios where Device Targets are the only way to go. I also need to test Outbound Dialer and Target rules for those, if I end up configuring these in lab and testing it fast enough I will post the results, but feel free to pitch in your experience/ recommendations and so forth.
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