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VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
What is the best way to migrate from a Windows vmpro to a UCM based voicemail?

IPO R9.1.12

I've tried backing up via voicemail pro client and then putting the backup folder in the UCM backup path to restore, but it didn't show up to restore.

Also, in Manager under system>voicemail it shows the UCM module, but the IP is grayed out with the local IP of the UCM. All the docs say it should be 169.254.0.2, but it won't let me change it to that.

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

The best way is to not use a UCM :)

But basically you will have to do a manual migration.

So backup the mdb and the wav, greetings, accounts and names folders. Then import the mdb and use WinSCP to copy the other folders across.

| ACSS SME |

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
ok.

What about the IP address, is that an issue?

I ask, because I couldn't get voicemail to work on the UCM. I would get a wave off unavailable.

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

Cant help with the actual UCM setup part as I refuse to install them!

| ACSS SME |

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

Did you setup the VM pro on VM pro on UCM in the manager?

Can you enter the webmanagement of the UCM, and is the VM Pro service start?

Licenses available? (I assume caus you came from a windows VM Pro)







RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
I changed it to use the UCM.

Yes, the UCM has been ignited and I can login, all the services are green on the UCM.

Licenses are good

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

What happens when you dial *17?

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
wave off tone and i think it said unavailable

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

Can you login via the VM pro client?

If so, login. Hit F9 and make sure you setup the password to match the voicemail password in the IPO security settings.

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
yes, I was able to login the vmpro client without any issue

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

And did you enter F9, set the voicemail password and then entered this same password in the IPO security settings?

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
awww, that was the piece I was missing. thanks for that. I completely forgot about that, since i logged into the vmpro client i thought I was good. I'll confirm thats the issue and test tonight.

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

So tell us.. What was the problem?

RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

Yes please, I am watching this thread in suspense to see if all is well now smile

Joe W.

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RE: VMPro Migrate from Windows to UCM

(OP)
that was it, thanks again. also importing everything manually seemed to go great as well.

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