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Personal Assistant

Do I have to include the PA Server in the domain, and Install with a domain account? Thanks


Re: Personal Assistant

If you want to integrate Personal Assistant with Cisco Unity 2.4.6 or higher or Microsoft Exchange 5.5 or higher, you must have those applications installed on your network on systems separate from Personal Assistant. If you are using Windows 2000 domains on your network, you must install Personal Assistant in the same domain as the Exchange server, or in a domain trusted by its domain.

If you are integrating Personal Assistant with Cisco Unity or Microsoft Exchange in a Windows 2000 domain, you cannot use the same product code to install both Windows 2000 and Personal Assistant. You must first install Windows 2000, restart the system, and join the domain before proceeding with the Personal Assistant installation.

If you are installing multiple Personal Assistant servers, you must install them in the same Windows 2000 domain.

To install Personal Assistant on an Windows 2000 Domain, select Use a Domain Account on the Cisco Personal Assistant Components window and enter the following:

Account—Domain administrator account.

Password—Password for the domain administrator account.

Domain—Domain in which you are installing Cisco Personal Assistant.

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