Cisco Bug: CSCsz69281 - Inst. doc. for Unity w/ Domino falsely states Unity server can be DC/GC.
Feb 22, 2014
- Cisco Unity Servers
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********Symptom: The following sections from the ,"Installation Guide for Cisco Unity Release 5.x with IBM Lotus Domino (With Failover Configured) is incorrect. A. Section, Installing Windows 2000 Server by Using the Cisco Unity Platform Configuration Discs Step 9 In the Workgroup or Computer Domain dialog box, click No, This Computer Is Not on a Network, or Is on a Network Without a Domain. If the Workgroup or Computer Domain dialog box is empty, enter a workgroup name. The name you enter now is not important. You will join a domain or make the Cisco Unity server a domain controller in a later procedure, so the Cisco Unity server will no longer be in a workgroup. PDF location : (4-2 page 36 of 134) , Installation Guide for Cisco Unity with IBM Lotus Domino (With Failover Configured) Release 5.x Revised May 1, 2008 URL location: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/unity/5x/installation/guide/domfo/5xcuigdfo040.html#wp1614697 B. Section, Creating the Accounts Required for the Cisco Unity Installation The procedure in this section requires Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC). If the Cisco Unity server is a domain controller, ADUC is already installed. If ADUC is not installed, do one of the following: •Install ADUC on the Cisco Unity server. For information, refer to Windows Help. •In the domain that includes the Cisco Unity server, go to a computer (for example, the domain controller) on which Active Directory Users and Computers is already installed. PDF location : (7-2 page 64 of 134) , Installation Guide for Cisco Unity with IBM Lotus Domino (With Failover Configured) Release 5.x Revised May 1, 2008 URL location: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/unity/5x/installation/guide/domfo/5xcuigdfo070.html#wp1551398 ********Conditions: Cisco Unity Release 5.x with IBM Lotus Domino (With Failover Configured)
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