I am planning an upgrade to 9.1 from 8.5. I want to use the UCT tool to determine current licensing as is translated to the upgrade to 9.1. I am unable to find it on the Cisco site. All searches in the forum's and online show I should find it here: Download Software -> Products -> Unified Communications -> Call Control -> Cisco Unified Communications Manager -> Cisco UCM Version 8.6 -> UCM / CallManager/Cisco Unity Connection Utiities - UCT. However when I login and follow that path I only have the LCU download available, not the UCT.
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Run License Count Utility (LCU).
The License Count Utility, which often appears under the name User Count Tool, is used for planning migrations for Cisco Unified Communications Manager to Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x licensing. It supports migrations from Unified Communications Manager Releases 6.x to 8.x migration to Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x.
License Count Utility is found on the Software Download Center under Unified Communications Manager Release 8.6 Utilities.
Go to www.cisco.com/go/software, select Products > Voice and Unified Communications > IP Telephony > Unified Communications Platform > Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) > Cisco Unified Communications Manager Version 8.6 > Unified Communications Manager > CallManager > Cisco Unity Connection Utilities-LCU.
Use UCT release 2.1 if upgrading to 9.1(1).
Use LCU release 9.1.2 if upgrading to 9.1(1a) or 9.1(2).
Submit the License Count Utility output to email@example.com and request a Pre-Upgrade License Review to receive license migration counts for premigration planning.
If you are using LCU Release 2.1, also include the From and To Unified Communications Manager release; the From License MAC, and UCSS/ESW contract numbers.
If you are using a pre-6.x release of Unified Communications Manager, submit a device inventory (quantity per device type), planned user counts and, if users will use Mobility, user counts for multiple devices and the license usage screenshot (if Release 5.x).
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