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Polycom CX IP Phone Requirements Steps to be connected to OCS environment

Here are some notes from my colleague Brahim Ait Oumeri at Polycom on setting up Polycom handsets to work with Microsoft Communications Server. To setup CX IP Phones within CS14 environment, you will need to have the following setup:   CS14 up and running Certificate Authority up and running (Could be integrated in Active Directory itself) Network Time …

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Polycom – Microsoft CX Handsets Setup Notes

The Polycom CX IP handsets gets all its info (NTP server parameters, where to downloading root CA certificate, what is OCS IP address, … ) via the DHCP configuration. By experience, all the issues I have seen with that phone were related to mis-configuration in DHCP The pre-requisites for the phones to work would be: …

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OCS CWA Sign in error code 0-1-492

Thanks to Doug for this post which helped solve an issue I had with my virtual servers. http://tincupsandstring.typepad.com/convergent-uc-blog/2009/03/cwa-sign-in-error-code-0-1-492.html To get to the AuthMainCommandHandler.ashx file, I had to type in the address bar of IIS to be able to set the permissions for the file.

Next Generation Business Communications: Increased Productivity and Better Financial Outcomes

Next Generation Business Communications: Increased Productivity and Better Financial Outcomes 23rd June 2010 – Polycom Briefing Centre, Slough The globalisation of today’s workforce, macroeconomic cost pressures and environmental events (volcanic ash, SARS) are forcing business leaders to rethink how employees communicate, collaborate and innovate. Organisations are seeking more efficient, cost effective ways to operate while …

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Disabling Internet Explorer Enhanced Security on Windows Server 2008

Since I’ve started using Server 2008, I see that quite a few items have changed since 2003 server. One annoying bit is the IE Security dialogue that keeps popping up when using the browser. The servers I build are on VM’s for testing so when you need to install apps from the web, it’s really …

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