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Call Pilot reporter must be installed on a stand-alone Windows web ser

Call Pilot reporter must be installed on a stand-alone Windows web ser

Call Pilot reporter must be installed on a stand-alone Windows web ser

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Can you advise if we can partition any of the servers below to add CP AUDIT?
We already have three servers for managing the IP infrastructure: an OTM server, an Optivity NMS and a Wireless Switch Management server. These three servers don't appear to be doing that much. Can we use one of these servers?
many thanks
Derek

RE: Call Pilot reporter must be installed on a stand-alone Windows web ser

I have had customers successfully set up virtual web servers to run Call Pilot Web Server/Reporter.....but I would not recommend partitioning an existing server for this function.  If this is just for Reporter, it does not have to be a "high end" server.  I have had customers use a PC and have IIS loaded on it and it works just fine.  

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