Successful upgrade from 5 to 7 over the weekend, thanks for the support on this forum. Noticed a couple of cosmetic changes I hope they are changes and not bugs. Here is one
On the Directory Number Configuration page in the Associated Devices in V5 you could see the DP and the Phone MAC. The latter has now gone. Its no problem you can see it in the CUCM reports but this was very handy for troubleshooting. Is this correct?
The line is really not in the Device Pool because it's not a device, so I believe they took that and put it only at the Device Level (phone device mac page) You will only see what device the line is associated to. So you are correct
I meant the User Device Profile by DP, I should have said UDP, sorry for confusion. What happened in version 5 was that when you viewed the line (when a user was logged in) in the assocated devices you saw both the User Device Profile and the Phone MAC that they were using. In version 7 the latter is not there, there are other ways to find the MAC but looking at it this way was quite usefull for troubleshooting
Yup that sorts the issue. Thanks and to Angelique, looked at here post as well. Actaully its better and quicker than going into the line. I also notice the EM settings on the phone have the user ID and UDP displayed with a link next to them as well. Nice touch. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction
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