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Callpilot 201i Number of Applications

Callpilot 201i Number of Applications

Callpilot 201i Number of Applications

My company recently bought out another and with it we have gained ownership of a Callpilot 201i. I logged in to try to build an application in App Builder at the location and received an error that we had reached the limit of applications allowed. There are currently 15 applications in service.

My only question is whether this is a licensing limitation or is it a limitation of the 201i?


RE: Callpilot 201i Number of Applications

The enginering guide says 2500 applications max.

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

RE: Callpilot 201i Number of Applications

Haven't seen this in a while, but it's a bug in the CP software, you'll have to edit the CP server registry to correct this problem. Try searching for a soln on Avaya support portal, I don't remember which registry key it was or I would provide it.

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