Based on the screen shots you are running on the demo license. If you go to System>Licensing>File Upload do you actually see the license files for the two PAKs that you registered? Just out of curiosity, did you activate the PAK online (www.cisco.com/go/license) and then upload the .lic file Cisco sent to you? Did you doublecheck the MAC address associated to the machine in the .lic file (it is a text file)?
The point is something is incorrect in your .lic file.
OK. The .lic file you got in your e-mail. Did you upload that to your CUCM-BE server? I believe that is what Hailey means by "installing" the license but maybe there is some magic I am not aware of here.
Did you go to the section on your CUCM-BE server where you can view the files that you uploaded to the server to activate the license? Can you confirm that you have uploaded everything correctly?
If so, then the next step may be to restart the License Manager service. If you didn't do this when you uploaded the .lic files to the server then this would be an issue. Maybe even "the" issue.
1. File upload section to ensure you uploaded the correct license files
Yes, that's what I'm talking about. In the original post, you stated that you installed "CM7-PAK and UNITYCN7-BE-PAK". So, take a look at what Bill said and we'll go from there. I have CUCM-BE server in my lab if I need to hop on and see if anything is different than I remember it to be.
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