I have two rooms. Rooms 1 will be used by agents from Group A with extension mobility enabled logins & extns.These don't have previledge for IDD Dialout.
For room 2, also the same Group A of students will login using extension mobility but with different extn mobility logins & extns and with IDD enabled.
1)My understanding is since the agents are same and they know both their logins of Room A and Room B, which means technically , agents of room 2, can very well login with room 2 login IDs in room 1. This will allow then to misuse IDD.
Is there any way I can prevent the agents in room 2, to login in room1 with room 1 extension moiblity login,, since I want to prevent the IDD misuse from room1.
If not, is there any other way this can be achieved.
Re: Extn Mobility for UCCX 7.0 Agents with CM 7.1(5):
Not sure i'm understand your question correctly, so basically you have two rooms with a single group of users with 2 EM enabled but have difference EM setting respectively, one can reach IDD and another can't.
CSS_DEV_RM_A: PT-LOCAL, PT-EMER
CSS_DEV_RM_B: PT-LOCAL, PT-EMER, PT-IDD
My assumption is that if you don't assigned any line css and just relied on device css. When the room B user login to roomA device, he/she won't be able to dial IDD since the line css is unassigned and the device css doesn't contained PT-IDD.
I believe you just need some tweaking on the device css in room 1 to block IDD access.
Again, maybe need you to elaborate your question because not very understand.
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