You can reach Unity SA from any PC, anywhere, as long as you have access to the Unity server on the network. If the PC is not in the windows domain the Unity server is in, simple type in the domainname\unityadmin
For the MMC, it sounds like Unity has dialed your phone, you answered it, here the record beeps, but it's doing anything.
I think it's working, but maybe you are not use to it. It's a little tricky. When you hit record you can speak your greeting, then press stop. You should be able to hit play and here what you just recorded. If you like it, press the save button in the upper right corner to save that wav file.
If mmc is giving you issues, possibly your PC is having a problem with the snapin. For testing, try another PC to be safe or narrow down the problem.
You can use "grantunityaccess" command. You can then add other accounts to access Unity System Administrator pages for full access or read only access. (depending on what you want based on Class of Service)
The file is located in the COMMSERV directory. in a cmd prompt window just use the grantunityaccess /? for all the commands. (or search the forums here for more tips.)
Check on your Unity server if you are having any DCOM issues in the Windows Event Log.
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