can anyone explain the process of Binding two files. I downloaded Presence 7.0. I bind the two files part 1 and part two (copying the binding statement directly from cisco Doumentation). The Process completes successfully. The oringinal Part 1 of 2 files has incresed in size but reatins it's original name. Shouldn't the process Rename the file dropping the Part1 of Two. Am i doing something wrong. Running a check sum of this file results in a correct check sum?
You basically download the files Part 1 and Part 2. Then copy and paste the command into the CMD prompt window on your windows machine. It will then merge the (2) files into one. I think the end result is about 2.x gigs? something like that. It works. See the read me file where you download the file from in CCO. it will have the copy/paste command for the merge.
One further note... I had to manually rename the binded file to UCSInstall_UCOS_22.214.171.12400-63.sgn.iso. Copying the command did not rename the file once the two parts binded. It left the "_part1of2" in the filename. When I renamed the file without "_part1of2" the upgrade file could be recognized.
How did you run the checksum on the combined iso file? I'm having trouble running my upgrade. It keeps failing. It does download my files okay, but when I go to run it, even with or without a reboot at the end, it gives me an error.
Okay, so I've done all the checksums to both the part 1 and part 2 files individually and then I ran one against the combined iso file...thoughts?
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