I took the UCSE course before I did the CIPT course, although I had about 6 months - 1 year experience with CallManager and another voicemail system integration at the time. My opinion, it is more important to have Windows and Exchange background if you are going to be supporting Unity unified messaging as it is tightly integrated with AD/Exchange. Of course this is not a requirement for Unity Connection; but it would still apply for a voicemail only server installed as a member server in a domain. You can get more of your integration experience by working directly with the Unity integration documents. The Unity course, as I remember it, is geared to integrations with CallManager. The first part of the course focuses on the system administration part of Unity, the last 3-days cover installing Unity; maintenance; all good stuff!
I am already MCSE and exchange admin in the company so I have good knoweledge about that, my concern is the call Manager should I install it and play with it some while or even study CIPT or take the course
my goal is the UCSE so what is your recommendation for that
If you are going to also support CallManager, which includes required support for Unity, i.e. define CTI route points for Unity auto attendants; create voicemail ports in CallManager; configure for easy message access; and set directory number voicemail coverage and voicemail profile, I recommend you study the CIPT - better yet, get yourself a test CallManager and Unity server and a couple of IP phones. That environment will be beneficial for testing hotfixes and upgrades before touching your future production systems. Taking the UCSE course, including the labs, will give you a good foundation for the exam. But there will be other resources you'll want to study and taking the class will cover at least some of those.
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