We are having problems using the bat tool to update users in CM413. Our aim is to update 700 odd users from a 4 digit number to a 10 digit number. Has anyone a solution in bat or alternatively in dc directory. I have seen some forum entries that say this is possible via the bulk admin tools in DC Directory. Has anyone experience in these tools.
We are having problems bulk updating the users telephone number. Any help would be great.
The Bulk Administration Tool (BAT), a plug-in application to Cisco CallManager, lets you add, update, or delete a large number of phones, users, Cisco VG200 gateways and ports, and Cisco Catalyst 6000 24 Port FXS analog interface modules to the Cisco CallManager database. Where this was previously a manual operation, BAT helps you automate the process and achieve much faster add, update, and delete operations.
The following specifications apply to BAT Release 4.1(1):
?BAT Release 4.1(1) is compatible with Cisco CallManager Release 3.0(5a) or later.
?You must install BAT on the same server as the Publisher database for Cisco CallManager.
?The BAT application, along with the Tool for Auto-Registered Phones Support (TAPS) application, uses approximately 16 MB of disk space for the applications and the online documentation.
?Only Cisco CallManager system administrators require access to BAT; however, end users can use TAPS when instructed to do so by the system administrator.
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