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IPOCC on Hyper V

IPOCC on Hyper V

(OP)
Hello,

Can IPOCC be deployed on a Hyper V machine? Any workaround for this?

RE: IPOCC on Hyper V

Just install a Windows Server on Hyper-V and install IPOCC on it =)

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: IPOCC on Hyper V

(OP)
So sorry... I meant the Application Server for R10 Contact Recorder + One X + VM Pro. Currently they are running R9.0 Advanced Edition and we want to upgrade to R10 and deploy IPOCC.

Worst case scenario, can we leave the Application Server on existing R9.0 and deploy R10 IPOCC + R10 IP Office. Will the services VM Pro + One X + Contact Recorder work well if they are R9.0 while rest is R10?

RE: IPOCC on Hyper V

There is a FAQ on the IP Office forum on how to install it on Hyper-V.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: IPOCC on Hyper V

(OP)
Thanks a lot.

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