We have 5 ccm's with 3 of those residing at the Home office the other 2 set at a DR site in another location. We have had some issues if the power in the Home offices for any reason goes down with the 3 home office servers not booting correctly. We belive they are starting before our switches are up and some of the CallManager services are not starting correctly.
The bad part about this is if the 3 home office servers are up they contain the Pub which takes over that role once it is up. Since the Pub has a few failed services we tend to have issues and eventually have to restart the 3 Home office servers no matter what.
So what I need to do is make sure that the Home office servers do not come back online until the switch is full up. To do this I know most servers have an "auto restart" setting in the BIOS that when enabled makes them automaicly boot after a power hit. I would like to disable this automatic restart so I manually can bring the 3 Home office servers up.
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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