Is it possible to see how many different numbers the “Netwise NOW 2007 SP5” client can use in our “Cisco Unified CM Administration – System version 22.214.171.12400-2” installation?
In our "Cisco Unified CM Administration - System version 126.96.36.19900-2" installation, is there any where I can see how many different numbers that can be used in the "Netwise NOW 2007 SP5" client installation?
I am asking because I know that in our organisation, there is a lot of netwise now client installation on many different computers, because of our many different switchboard-numbers, but I would like to know if there is any place where I can see a list of available numbers that is in use in the "Netwise NOW client.
Just so that I can make a silent installation package off the configuration file to the silent installation of the "Netwise NOW 2007 SP5" client, but before I can do this, I need to know the different switchboard numbers in use.
Re: Is it possible to see how many different numbers the “Netw
I found a way to get this displayed, the solution was to logon to the "Netwise Configuration Manager Version 7, ServicePack 3, Build 7.0.22" administration webpage, and through here it was possible to see all the created numbers the Netwise client can connect to.
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