I tried searching for a thread on this, but couldn't come up with the right combination of search topics...
I had two phones (a 7971 & 7975) yesterday morning that showed as registered in Communications Manager 4.1(3)sr5d, however, they had no soft-keys, or extensions on them. I was able to reset them from CUCM, but otherwise they were paperweights...
I looked for config files (thinking it was a corrupt config file) on my Pub & Sub, but didn't find anything in c:\program files\Cisco\TFTPPath
I tried deleting the phone and re-adding it, but it didn't help, so I ended up deleting the phone and extension from CUCM, and then re-adding them to finally fix it. It seems like the problem followed the extension, because I was able to put that extension on a different phone and reproduce the problem.
So, I was hoping someone here would have an idea what happened, and how to proceed in the future...
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