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AAM as inventroy element in System Manager (SMGR)

AAM as inventroy element in System Manager (SMGR)

(OP)
Hello to all. Thanks for taking the time to look at this thread. I am trying to get AAM to synchronize with SMGR for inventory and administration purposes. I was able to get synchronization complete which by the way isn't as simple as the docs state. If anyone needs help with that let me know and I will post my steps. However I have AAM 6.3 and am trying to see if I can change the Storage Source via SMGR. In Messaging--System--Storage Destination it states that: This page displays Storage Destination info only for Avaya Aura Messaging 6.3 release (see screenshot attached). If I choose the messaging server I setup from the dropdown this message doesn't change. I'd like to be able to choose an exchange backend globally for any users I add in SMGR to AAM. Any help is much appreciated.

Matt--Solutions Architect

CCNA
Avaya Certified
Converged+ Certified
Linux+ Certified

RE: AAM as inventroy element in System Manager (SMGR)

As far as I know that does not work yet. I stopped trying to get this to work a year or so ago. If someone has found a way to get it to work let us know.

Ken Means

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"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

RE: AAM as inventroy element in System Manager (SMGR)

(OP)
Thanks for the reply.

Matt--Solutions Architect

CCNA
Avaya Certified
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