I've installed the CiscoTSP.exe onto a Windows XP machine and the "CiscoTSP001.tsp" provider is shown in the Windows "Phone and Modem" screen, however, when I run any TAPI application that lists all of the available TAPI line devices, there is no Cisco line device listed (have tried 3 3rd party apps and the windows dialer.exe).
Is there anything else that has to be setup and do you need a valid connection to the CM to get the line device listed?
It's been a while since I did this, but I think you need to at least properly set up the provider once. And after all, if you can't test if it's working properly, then what good is the installation anyway?
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