Could somebody give me a brief history of AC and current CUCM6 options pls.
I seem to recall attendant console was a free download for CM4 (is this correct?) but I now see the AC options (dept, bus and ent) are chargeable.
There is also a UC Assistant which looks like it may cover some of the AC features, I'm not sure how much this differs to the AC variants at the moment. Is the assistant a free download and if so does anybody have a link as the current link seems to be broken. Possibly due to the downloads site change shortly, but that doesn't help me as I may need this software today.
There is also a mention AC 1.4, is this the old AC that was used for CM4 .. and is this only compatible with CM4?
Cisco Unified Attendant Console (CUAC) has reached End of Sale. This was a free feature that shipped with UCM. The plug-in you are referring to was the installable client for attendant workstations. All of the necessary back-end services ran on the UCM servers. If you are doing a new UCM cluster installation, using CUAC will violate your Cisco licensing agreement.
CUAC has been replaced with CUxAC where x is Department/Business/Enterprise. This is a chargeable product and typically requires an independent server running Windows 2003 which you must also purchase. The department version can run on an operator's workstation if needed.
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