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Whats up with "Service ON"

Whats up with "Service ON"

Whats up with "Service ON"

Morning everyone
I have a client that I recently re-installed a CICS at their office; replacing a 6X16. The install went well no problems except for when I was about to leave the screen on the mian reception, ext 221, displayed "Service ON".
I tried to going through "Services" and turning everything off, using the Feature code to turn it off and no luck.
Any thoughts

RE: Whats up with "Service ON"

You have to find which DN is the "Control Set" then do F#871 from that DN.

When I do new installs on a CICS:
-Always do a Startup, this will get rid of old programming that may interfere with the new clients setup
-PBX Mode so no lines assigned anywhere and 3 digits to open up Hunt Groups

Voice Mail
-REINSTALL for the same reasons as STARTUP
-Disable General Delivery mailbox if not using it


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RE: Whats up with "Service ON"

Many thanks Curly
Got it fixed
Hope all is well

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