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Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

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Hi all

I have a new installation on Avaya Witness CSCM 7.7.1. Can I install the CSCM in Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 and can it intergrate with Avaya CM5?

Based on the Witness documents that I read, it only support RedHat Linux 3.

Thanks All
shidi01

RE: Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

Can be run on RH3 and RH4 only.

RE: Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

(OP)
thanks Wibber for the info.....

RE: Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

Hi Wibber   I tried Installing on Linux 4.5 but it does not work.  Please let me the procedure ..Thanks

RE: Avaya Witness- can CSCM 7.7.1 be install in RedHat version 5

4.5 is no good. It has to be 4. The new release of of 7.8 can be installed on RH5. How are you actually installing this? The correct way is with the kick start disk.

In answer to the first question - yes it can be intergrated with CM5 the AES is the important bit!

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