Hi, we are running Unity 2.4.6 and will shortly be scheduling a backup via Veritas and agents. Is there another way of taking a snapshot of all the users and their telephone nos (possibly even their greetings aswell). I can see this facility on Unity 3.1(5) and it is a very useful tool to take a snapshot of the system incase of catastrophy.
There's no version of DiRT for 2.x since most of the directory info in 2.x was actually in Exchange instead of in a local SQL db I could get ahold of. The best you can do here is use FullDBExport (you can get the latest off www.CiscoUnityTools.com) - it's used for migrating from 2.x to 3.x/4.x and it does preserve greeting and voice names among other things but doesn't get messages or passwords - you can check out the help file for a complete run down on what it does and doesn't get.
However there are two versions of FullDBImport that you can use to restore it - one is used to import into 3.x/4.x clean installs and is supported by TAC. Another is for importing into 2.4.6 systems and is not supported by TAC - you need to keep that in mind here since I'm guessing in the event of a problem you'll want to restore into a 2.4.6 system instead of upgrading. I've had lots of sites restore into 2.4.6 systems and this was, in fact, the original intent I had behind the tool but it hasn't been through official QA cycles and TAC hasn't trained on it so there's no official support.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.