Also, keep in mind that ICM scripts directly reference objects in the configuration database. Therefore, importing from one system to another is not as simple as just importing the script unless all referenced objects exist in both the source and destination configuration databases.
No, sorry there is isn't. Internet Script Editor can be run from a remote machine but it still must have an active connection and authentication to a distributor server. You will find that ICM is a completely different animal from UCCX, you will not be able to transfer much of your knowledge of one to the other.
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
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