the logout process does not ask for any pwd and the functionality is not in any CUCM release
since only 1 profile is logged at any given time there is no need to use the pwd again at the logout. to log in you need the profile and pwd to load the specifics of the config for the device profile but for the logout you only need to go into services -> EM -> logout
the process triggers a request that is sent to the CUCM to push the load for the phone that it has by default
you can even use an IE to type in the logout string and logout the EM profile
as Dave mentions you failed to subscribe the device profile to EM, that's why you get the message to go to the ccmuser page to subscribe to it. once you subscribe the DP to EM you will get the logout option
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