If you do change it just make sure you go to serivces and see what services log on as that user and make sure you change the passwork there as well. If you don't he services will not start up the next time you reboot the CCM.
The administrator account on the machine has to have the same password as the CCMAdmin, doesn't it?
We just want to give low-level access to CallManager so the phone order department can enter new VoIP users. It looks like we have to give them root access to the whole server just to enter a new user, don't we?
(Can I get feedback from a Cisco tech on this one?)
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