I have some things with the licensing of phones and CUWL that I don't understand completely.
So before, if the user was there with the EM profile, they use enhanced and had to be associated with phone by Owner User ID. But now (we run 9.1.2), we can not need to associate with a phone with a user ID. In this case, the phone uses an enhanced license but the user does not. I hope this is correct.
Now, my question is, we also have some CUWL Standard license which is to 10 devices for 1 user, so if we make the user the owner user id for 10 devices, this will make the user CUWL standard, and will mean the phones don't any longer use an enhanced license?
10 phones in public space = 10 enhanced licenses
10 phones with user id "jsmith" = 1 cuwl pro - no enhanced licenses.
Is this correct? Is there any problem to do this and free enhanced licenses?
That´s correct, but the user jsmith will have only one extension for that reason you don´t have 10 phones with different extension and the same user, you will have 10 phones with the same extension, maybe it´s a bug of the system and it causes many problems when we reallocate IP phones to other users.
I don't really understand what you mean with directory number. If I have jsmith and his phone is ext 1000, I can make him owner of physical phone (with logged out extension of maybe 2000), soft phone with 1000, iPhone with 1000, but also make him owner of other logged out phone and conference phone with different extension. It seem to work okay, but is there reason to use Enhanced lisence instead of CUWL?
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