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Pardon My Ignorance *License Question*

Pardon My Ignorance *License Question*

Pardon My Ignorance *License Question*

I cannot add anymore sets as the system (NBX) shows 122 out of 122 licenses in use. I know that I do not have 122 licenses in use. I did however replace numerous sets recently and I am wondering if I have to deregister (of some sort) the old license. The phones were replaced as like-for-like and used the same extensions. I am wondering if the system counts by MAC address and is still hoarding my other licenses. Any help would be greatly appreciatted. Thanks

RE: Pardon My Ignorance *License Question*

Go to telephone maintenance then check on the status of your telephones.  Make sure there isnt any unknown phones in the menu. When I start running short on licenses, I always check here first to make sure I dont have a duplicate dead ext from a replaced phone..... Can you post a screenshot of your license usage report.

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