I know it's a strange title but to be honest I'm getting a strange very vague error message. This is happening when trying to create a new Phone Template Configuration for either a 7941 or 7942 phone. I've tried with various settings from just the basic to putting in more info but get the same error message:
CM is 4.2.3(sr4b)
Latest Device pack and phone firmware installed.
I know 4.2 is rather old and not many people are still using it but wondering if any of you guys had ever come across this before.
Use the following steps to uninstall BAT or use Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.
The uninstall program for BAT 5.2(3) removes the BAT application and the BAT Excel spreadsheet that is stored in the C:\CiscoWebs\BAT\ExcelTemplate\ folder. The uninstall program does not remove any BAT data files or BAT templates that you created and saved to the C:\BATFiles or C:\CiscoWebs\BAT\Templates\ folders.
Note If you uninstall BAT and then install the newer version of BAT, none of your previous templates can migrate to the newer version. You must upgrade BAT to migrate templates to the new BAT release.
Use the following procedure to uninstall BAT.
Step 1 On the server that is running the publisher database for Cisco Unified CallManager, choose Start > Programs > Cisco Unified CallManager 4.2 > Bulk Admin Tool > Uninstall BAT.
A dialog box requests confirmation of the uninstall request.
Step 2 To uninstall BAT, click OK or Cancel to exit the uninstaller.
The IIS Admin service stops, files are deleted, and the IIS Admin service restarts.
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