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Where would I find out the limits for building Call Processing Boxes (Tree)?

I was adding a new one and had a message pop up telling me I am over the limit for the server.
There is only 38 in there so far.


RE: App Builder

Is this a Call Pilot on a PBX or a BCM?  

RE: App Builder

PBX-Opt 81c with Succession.

RE: App Builder

There are no RTU for applications - post the exact error you get maybe we can help.

RE: App Builder

The error is as follows:

The Application could not be created because the maximum application limit has been reached for this server.

RE: App Builder

You might need a patch. because there is no limits for App.

RE: App Builder

Okay, had the vendor check with Nortel on this again and it seems that the registry setting were incorrect. They changed them and all is fine. I am currently trying to find out exactly what was changed and will let you know.

Thanks again

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