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Power down/shutdown Procedure for NICE Perform 3.1

Power down/shutdown Procedure for NICE Perform 3.1

Power down/shutdown Procedure for NICE Perform 3.1

(OP)
I have asked my distributor this question and have not gotten a solid answer.  But what is the proper procedure for shutting down and starting up the NICE system.  I have a Perform/Interaction/Web Server, a VoIP Logger and a NMS server. Now what is the order they should be shutdown.  I was told the:
1. NMS
2. VoIP Logger
3. Perform/Interaction server

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1. Perform/Interaction server
2. VoIP Logger
3. NMS

 

RE: Power down/shutdown Procedure for NICE Perform 3.1

I would prefer this as well,better to stop NMS first so you can not get any system down  traps.

1. NMS
2. VoIP Logger
3. Perform/Interaction server

RE: Power down/shutdown Procedure for NICE Perform 3.1

(OP)
tnx for the response tnice.

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