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Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

(OP)
Has anybody had any issues with Callpilot Reporter 5.0 running on VMWare Server?

RE: Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

If you are trying to put it on the Call Pilot server, don't. It should go on the PC or server with Application Builder. That is we usually have a PC setup in the Comm rooms to administer CP,App Builder, ProComm to access the switch, CCM and ect...

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If its not working, get a bigger hammer!

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RE: Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

We are running App builder and Reporter and MyCallpilot on a virtual server with zero issues......

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

RE: Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

(OP)
Can we load Callpilot REPORTER on a dedicated virtual server (Windows Server 2008 R2 ENT.)?

RE: Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

Sure, you may have to edit your hosts file to tell the server where the CallPilot is.

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

RE: Callpilot Reporter 5.0 Installed on VMWare

And make sure you change your RDC connection to ADMIN/CONSOLE or the ODBC will not connect to the CP server.

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