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IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name and Tftp servers options are not editable..??

Hi,

Please anyone suggest me why in CIPC->Preferences->Network tab Device name and Tftp server options are not editable..?

Um new to cisco voice plz help me..

Thnks in advance,

Harish

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IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

disable the UAC from control panel -> User Accounts -> User
Access Control Settings -> Disabled by pulling down the control level to
minimum/bottom.

Restart the machine and checked CIPC and it should worked.

Regards

Ronak Patel

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Blue

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

HI

Right click the IPC icon on desktop and run it as administrator. You will find the option.

regards

Ronak Patel

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New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi Ronak,

Still its not working..:-(

Thanks and Regards,

Harish

New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

      you can select the optoin "Use the device name" and "Use this TFTP servers" and then fill the respective fields.

Regards,

Abdul

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IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

About User Account Control (UAC):

In  Windows 7 and Vista, users by default do not invoke applications with  administrator privileges even if the user is an administrator. Refer to  Microsoft UAC functionality for reference. The network preference  settings in Cisco IP Communicator is one functional area that requires  this elevated privilege.

In  Release 7.0.4, users with administrator privileges and UAC enabled must  right-click and select Run As Administrator to change Cisco IP  Communicator network settings. You can also disable UAC entirely.

For  deployments, we recommend configuring network settings at install time,  so end users do not need to access the settings required for  registration

Reference: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cipc/7_0/english/release/notes/CIPC70_RN.html


If you do not have an administrator previledges to you account, you will not be able to edit.

Hope it helps.

Anand

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New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

If i use 7.0.4 version den i would be able to change those settings..???

Thanks and Regards,

harish

Blue

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi

What OS you are using.

Regards

Ronak Patel

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New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

Window 7 Home Basic 64bit..

Thanks,

Harish

Blue

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi,

disable the UAC from control panel -> User Accounts -> User
Access Control Settings -> Disabled by pulling down the control level to
minimum/bottom.

Restart the machine and checked CIPC and it should worked.

Regards

Ronak Patel

Rate helpful posts.

Regards Ronak Patel Rate all helpful post by clicking stars below the answer.
New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Thanks alot Ronak..

Its working...

Thnks again,

Harish

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi Harish,

Its applicable to 7.0.4 and later versions.

Users with administrator privileges and UAC enabled must  right-click  and select Run As Administrator to change Cisco IP  Communicator network  settings.

You can also disable UAC entirely. (As ronak Mentioned)

Hope it helps.

Anand

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New Member

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Thanks anand for your presious replies..

by disabling UAC its working fine nw..

Thnks,

harish

IP Communicator "Preferences -> Network " tab why Device name an

Hi Harish,

Glad to know that its working.

Please dont forgte to rate the helpful posts.

Thanks,

Anand

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