WHen you order unity, they will send you a PAK number and when you register that with the primary servers mac address, they send you a license file. You should install the primary server with this file. For the second server, use the default license (CiscoUnity40.LIC) that is bundled with Unity to complete the installation. In essence you install both servers in standalone mode first (if UM, you integrate them both to AD).
Once the installation is complete, you can run the FailoverConfig executable file in CommServer folder to setup failover between the two boxes. License should be synced between the two boxes now.
1) Where is the defaul license (CiscoUnity4.0LIC)?
2) I am going to install a 4.0(5) unity and then do a restore from the existing unity 4.0(5)server and upgrade the new 4.0 to the latest version. Do I need to do restore to the failover server too and then upgrad Or the primary will push the config into the failove one?
1. When you run CUICA, step 2 (or 3 - dont remember) will prompt for license setup. Click Browse in the License wizard and you should see the CiscoUnity40.lic file. I guess you can alternatively look for it in the Commserver (Hit F3 to search, key in *.lic)
2. I dont remember the exact steps, but for installs and upgrades I always refer to
We have a Unity (UM)4.0 with an old server. I am building a brand new 4.2 (UM) from scratch. IF I don't make any mistake, Unity needs to be connected to the network in order to communicate with Active Directory. I need to use the same name and IP Address as the old one. The issue is that there's a Unity server in production and if I plug the new server with the same name and IP Address, there will definitelly be a conflict. Could you please let me know how can I work around the issue. Please note that the production Unity can not be unpluged until the new Unity is ready to be pluged.
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