I am running CM 3.09 and when I install the web attendant on a clients PC I cannot get the directory to come up. I have the directory on CM shared out to everyone, and when the Web attendant loads I dont get any kind of errors. I have even copied the database to the users CPU and directed the Web Attendant at it but still no luck. Any suggestions.
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Thanks... But I am still running into the same problem. The user can log into the system, go online, control her phone, but just cant view the directory. Even when I copy the Directory straight to the PC it doesn't work. We are running win 2000 on that users PC. And that user has Admin control of that box....
I had a similar problem, except I was receiving an error (object doesn't support this method or property ...) when WA's ActiveX control was loading. It had to do with the version of WA I was using and the DLL's under c:\program files\cisco\webattendant\dll were not being registered during setup.
I had this problem and it had to do with name resolution. You may try going into Enterprise parameters and looking at the URL's configured. Most of the time they are configured with the server name of the CallManager by default. If you input the IP address in place of the server name in the URL you may have better results.
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