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Change FQDN for UCA 3.1 server on clientHelpful Member! 

vlevalois (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
26 May 10 15:24
I would like to change the UCA 3.1 server's domain name and then point the clients to the new domain name to reach the server but can't seem to find where you can change that in the  client.  Reinstall?

LoopyLou (TechnicalUser)
26 May 10 15:59
Search the registry. In older version you used to be able to change the IP of the YA ( at that time ) server. Maybe that is the same for UC. Otherwise yes a reinstall may be needed.

There may be no i in team but there are three f's in fudge off.  

Helpful Member!  Billz66 (TechnicalUser)
27 May 10 4:39
Im running UC3.1 on Windows 7 64 bit

In this folder
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mitel\Unified Communicator Advanced 3.1\Assemblies

I have a file called

Open it with Notepad

there should be a section like this
    <add key="language" value="en-US"/>
    <add key="WebServicesHost" value=""/>
    <add key="WebServicesPort" value="80"/>
    <add key="TelephonyServerIP" value=""/>
    <add key="TelephonyServerPort" value="80"/>
    <add key="SipTransport" value="tcp"/>

I suspect that if you change the setting appropriately it will work
LoopyLou (TechnicalUser)
27 May 10 9:42
Billz66 has the right idea.

There may be no i in team but there are three f's in fudge off.  

vlevalois (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
27 May 10 16:25
@Billz66 Yup that did trick!

Thanks very much!

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