I'm not sure if this is possible to be honest since I have not tested your scenario. The dummy systems as well since you can create "rooms" in TMS that will have an endpoint ID. However I'm not sure how this will work with bookings since I imagine the TMS checks how the rooms connect to eachother and since the rooms are just dummy rooms TMS cannot send dial commands to them and will think they are "not connectable" and the booking will fail. This happens to real endpoints as well if they cannot connect to eachother.
The specs are ok for a demo and you can install TMSXE 3.0 on the TMS server as well, but you need an exchange server and a couple of endpoints if the dummy rooms does not work (which I suspect they will not).
The area your in now is not tested (at least not by me) so it's hard to give you a specific answer, have you done any testing on this on your own?
Thanks again for replying. I know its a tough job working on TAC cases and replying on support forums as well.
If you remember, I also used to ping you on webex when I was in TAC.
Anyways, Well the Customer is not concerned about endpoints connect with each other or not but they are more interested to see how TMSXE would work with Outlook to book meetings.
What I was thinking, to Install TMS and TMSXE on one Server and install Exchange Server on one Server ( Create some Dummy Video Room AD Accounts ) and have them just book/reserve through Outlook and the organizer can get a booking confirmation.
Although I havent tested it completely, Because I am not a windows Expert and I dont know how to install Exchange Server and Create AD Accounts
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