Re: procedure to download BAT.xlt file in CUCM 6.1.3
Creating a CSV File by Using BAT.xlt
Step 1 The BAT.xlt file exists on Cisco Unified Communications Manager server; however, you normally do not have Microsoft Excel installed on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. In that case, you must copy the file from the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server and move it to the local machine, which must have Microsoft Excel installed.
Step 2 Choose Bulk Administration > Upload/Download Files. The Find and List Files window opens.
Step 3 Click Find and download the BAT.xlt file. For more details on uploading or downloading files, see Chapter 2, "Uploading and Downloading Files."
Step 4 Copy BAT.xlt to a local machine where Microsoft Excel is installed.
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