I`ve seen some info. on this but has anyone got any real examples of where, how it is used. It seems to imply that you make a change on something - DP??? and then only have to select some devices to apply a change as opposed to changing every device. What is the difference selecting the same phones and doing a reset- what am I missing ?
Further, it seems that it determines on whether devices require a reset or not and is based upon what was changed- is the case?. So is it that i make a change on say a SOFTKEY template, DP etc and save it then "APPLY CONFIG" it may reset or it not may depending on the change and not as opposed previously with a RESET which did a reset 100%. Apply config will only reset if it needs to do. Question from a change control procedure- "will your change reset phones" -what do you now say -if I click on "APPLY CONFIG" then maybe not- but how do you know which items will result in a reset, restart etc- thanks
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