I have a Cisco 5.2.0 DMS system that contains DMM server and 104 DMP's ,my issue is in the number of the presentation created on the system ins now about 1200 presentation ,where the system has many users that can create a presentation ,now the administrator of the system requested to delete these old presentations ,we have another problem in delete the presentations which are the scheules ,most of these presentation are assigned to a schedule which denay to delete the presentation.
Any one has an idea to delete the old schedule first ? and then delete the old presentations?
Indeed the DMM would ask you to remove old instances of scheduled presentations before being able to remove the presentation themselves.
You can use the following procedure on the DMM Digital Signs:
- go under "Schedules -> Reports" and generate a report covering the period since the presentation has been created (use type "application publisher"). In this way you will be able to see all the times the presentation has been scheduled. - then go under "Play in Future" and browse the schedule to find the old instances of the scheduled presentation. Delete all the instances of the presentation you want to remove (right click on the playlist schedule, then "delete"). Do "Save All" then "Publish All" each time this is done.
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