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Common device configuration precedent

If I assign to a phone a common device configuration which has a softkey template set in it, then also  set a softkey template on the phone's config page, which takes precedent? 

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The one on the device.

The one on the device.

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It's been a couple of weeks,

It's been a couple of weeks, so I'm sure you've figured it out by now, but the more granular/specific point at which a setting is made overrides anything higher up as a general rule. There are things like CSS which have their own rules, but generally a more specific setting trumps a higher setting.

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Cisco Employee

The one on the device.

The one on the device.

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

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New Member

Thanks for the quick response

Thanks for the quick response, Jaime.  Just so I'm clear, you're saying the softkey template I assign to the device would trump the softkey template assigned to the common device config that's also assigned to the same device?

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It's been a couple of weeks,

It's been a couple of weeks, so I'm sure you've figured it out by now, but the more granular/specific point at which a setting is made overrides anything higher up as a general rule. There are things like CSS which have their own rules, but generally a more specific setting trumps a higher setting.

New Member

Thanks, Jaime and Will. 

Thanks, Jaime and Will.  Apologies for my late reply.

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