Thank you for your response however I ran into another issue.
I was able to add an extension via the CUC(Cisco Unified Communications Express) and assign it to a user. The CCA (Cisco Small Business Pro Configuration Assistant) did not like this at all. When I opened it up (Trunks/Voice) I received a warning and it would not allow me to continue until I deleted the ext. I added.
So to get down to the basics, is it possible to add an ext without a device?
Can this be done in the GUI or does it need to be at the command level?
To start... I HATE the CCA. It throws erros when there is no reason to. I think the thought is that it was designed for the rookie or newb, so it wants to throw an error to make sure that you didnt forget anything. I ran into this problem as well, so i configured the ext in the CLI, this works fine. 80% of my configurations are from CLI, very little is done from CCA, mainly auto attendant stuff, its now easier to configure call flows. If you can, and are familiar enough with it, try to stick to CLI. CCA will cry about it, but it works fine
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