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Possible to copy/ duplicate all buttons from one expansion module to another?

Possible to copy/ duplicate all buttons from one expansion module to another?

Possible to copy/ duplicate all buttons from one expansion module to another?

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I would like to know if it’s possible having all the buttons from one expansion module copied to another station with such a module. We are on CM 7.1 and generally use Avaya 9608 stations. Hope anyone can help me with this.

RE: Possible to copy/ duplicate all buttons from one expansion module to another?

does duplicate station in cm do it? if not, in smgr, you might be able to edit cm endpoints, pick that one, and make a template of it.

I do seem to recall some bugs with SMGR in the later 6.3 stream or maybe 7.1.0 where it didn't like button modules on SIP stations and sometimes making any change to a station - like a name - via smgr - would nuke the button module.

RE: Possible to copy/ duplicate all buttons from one expansion module to another?

Labels or buttons?

For Labels:

Assuming you have a WebDAV server configured for phone backups you can edit the one data file and copy the buttons to the other. Unplug the phone and plug it back in. Done.

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