I have to agree with Hailey 100% in this area (+5 to Hailey). I believe it is very important that one review the SRND a few times before diving into clicking links and buttons to configure a phone. Anyone can get two phones to talk to each other, the responsibility for a professional is to know what is trully happening under the hood. Now, I am not pretending that I am one who knows 100% what is going on under the hood of CUCM. However, I have a better idea than I would if I just used the admin guides only.
That being said, the SRND isn't enough by itself. There are very valuable tidbits in the admin guides that Rob pointed out (+5 to the R-man). I also agree with his order, more or less. Finally, I recommend reviewing the troubleshooting guide. It has come a long way over the years, and is pretty handy.
Now, there is some redundancy to all of this reading. I hate to say it, but one of the lessons to learn is that not all documents, document the same thing in the same way. It is highly likely you will read something in the SRND and find a piece of information in an admin guide that appears to be conflicting. Questioning the conflict and understanding it (by actuallying doing) is a beneficial exercise. Most of the time you will see that the conflict was more in wording or in your understanding than an actual error. Though, errors do exist and pop up more often then they should. Looking at CUPS and the UC SRND chapter on presence is enough to make you bonkers. Maybe that was just me...
Anyway, my recommended order would be:
1. Read the SRND. At least start with the high level design principles
2. After the SRND or in tandem, review the documents that Rob provided
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