We were running a co-located version of IPCCx and are going to move it to another server. We want to start off with a fresh configuration of IPCCx but there are 2 Profiles listed in LDAP. How do we remove them? Is it as simple as deleting the OU's assoicated with them? We don't care about any of the data that's out there right now.
Re: Is there a way to remove IPCC LDAP Info from CM?
I have actually uninstalled IPCC from our Call Manager server so I don't have access to the appadmin page. When I try to reinstall it tries to install in high availability. I'm going to remove the profiles from the DC.
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