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How to install IPCC? in the callmanager server or an a new server?

Hi I have callmanager installed in one server (publisher) and I would like to install IPCC (for testing purposes) well I try to install IPCC in a new server and its asking me to enter the LDAP information? I dont have a AD or an LDAP configured, so how can i do this? can i point it to the CM DC instead?, or can I install IPCC directly in the Callmanager server ?

thank you for your time and comments

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Re: How to install IPCC? in the callmanager server or an a new s

Does your Call Manager install use Windows AD? if so then this is your access control system. If you are not using AD then you do have LDAP running on the Call Manager.

Install it on seperate servers.

I am assuming you are talking about Express here.

What versions are you running CM and IPCCX

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Re: How to install IPCC? in the callmanager server or an a new s

Yes you can use the DC Directory.

Chris

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Re: How to install IPCC? in the callmanager server or an a new s

Ok so i can use the DC directory of the callmanager i am running cm 4.2.3, now is asking me for a user and password to the LDAP, will this be the same as the admin/psswd for the callmanager?, if not what user/password do i have to use to succesfully bind the ipcc server to the callmanager?, thank you for your time and comments

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Re: How to install IPCC? in the callmanager server or an a new s

If it is for a testing purpose u can install IPCC in ur ccm itself.But I dont think u can test the recording functions properly.U have to use CCM 4.x and IPCC EXP version less than 4.5.I have a CCM 4.1(3)and IPCC Exp 4.0(4)installed in the same server.Its working fine

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