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How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

Is there a possible way to edit the contents of http://server/ccmuser ? Basically, we would like users to log in and the only have these options available:

Forward all calls to a different number

Change your Password

Change your PIN

Has anyone performed something like this yet? If so, could you please elaborate? Thanks in advance.

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Cisco Employee

Re: How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

Hi Oliver,

Yes, you can modify that. You have to modify the file options.asp located in C:\Ciscowebs\user. I am not an asp expert, but I just deleted only the lines that were pointing to other services (like speeddials)in that file, and it worked. Hope this helps.

Muhilan

New Member

Re: How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

Hello Muhilan

what do you use to modify this .asp file? Just notepad or something else?

Thanks

Cisco Employee

Re: How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

Hello,

You can use notepad.

Muhilan

New Member

Re: How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

We have 3 subscribers in addition to the publisher. Do we have to edit all 4 CallManagers or can we edit the Publisher so it will replicate to the subscribers?

Cisco Employee

Re: How to edit " http://server/ccmuser "

It is sufficient to edit the server where the users are pointing to. For example if the users are pointing to publisher by using http://publisher/ccmuser, just modifying in the publisher will do.

Muhilan

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