How does Extension Mobility remember the last user logged in?
I have selected the option for Extension Mobility to remember the last user logged in and this seems to work well. However, today I came in and none of the phones remember their previous user's login ID. How does Extension Mobility remember these and what would make it forget?
Re: How does Extension Mobility remember the last user logged in
It's set on the Call Manager Admin pages here:
Service>Service Paramentes>Select the Call Manager Server and the Cisco Ext Mobility Service
There is a Paremeter Name of Remember the Last User Logged In - this should be set to True.
Maybe this was inadvertently changed??
The only other reason I know of for it to forget the last UserID logged in is when the Call Manager is rebooted. Then all ID's have to be entered manaually the first time again but they should be remembered again after that.
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