Is it possible to change the view of the deskphone selection?
It's very unhappy when the enduser must know which type of phone he has. And we have a lot people with 2 working places with the same phone type. So it's always a luck to select the right one.
At the moment I have not a much better idea for that, but the name of the phone is better then the type I think. Maybe it would be possible to place a own description next to the phone name, for an easier selection.
Are you actually getting a description or the product type? I only get the product type, so if we have a user with Extension Mobility or two like phones, trying to figure out which product type to use IE Cisco 7962 is a crap shoot.
I see the both the phone model info and also the description, exactly as it is typed in callmanager. I am familiar with the behavior you describe (not being able to figure out which device is which) but I no longer have that issue with 9.0.4.
I'm not sure why you aren't seeing that info. I assume somewhere something is using AXL to obtain the description info, perhaps you could verify that service is running.
I checked and AXl service is running. I also verified that the AXL service is working as I changed licensing back and forth on a user in Call Manager and it made the change on the user in CUPS. We had Jabber for Windows version 9.0.1 on our machines prior to 9.0.4. I wonder if that could be the issue.
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