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NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

(OP)
Hallo,

Wondering of anybody can point me in the right direction.

We have NICE Perform 3.2, and we would like to move the voice logger from a physical machine to a vmware environment. Is this possible? Are there any considerations we should be awere off? File system etc? Anyone done this?

Thanks for any feedback.

RE: NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

(OP)
That link is dead (and yes, I am logged in).

Could you briefly describe it in your own words?

RE: NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

Have a call with NICE Sales and they will put you on right path.

RE: NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

(OP)
Do you know it it is even possible?

RE: NICE Perform 3.2, voice logger on vmware

yes sir its possible, but it also depends on your environment.

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