I have a client that recently (a) installed Unity 4.0.5 and (b) moved from G.711 to G.729 for the voicemail codec. The customer has over 1500 PC workstations, mostly Windows 2000 or Windows XP and uses SMS to push out applications. In our test pilot of (88) users we have not been very successful in getting the G.729 codec to pushout via SMS to the workstations. We are getting a variety of installation errors and the install is failing. The result is that these users can not listen to voicemails via their PC's (can't play the G.729 .wav files) and this is their life - of the 1500+ users less than 50 listen to voicemail via a telephone, most are remote and depend on the email attachments to get their voicemail. Has anyone worked with the G.729 codec (client) in Unity 4.0.5 and created a .msi file or had success in using SMS to push the codec out to the user workstations? Thanks in advance! - Cary Chapman
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