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Avaya Magix Operator Positions

Avaya Magix Operator Positions

Avaya Magix Operator Positions

I have several Magix systems that were programmed with all operator Positions. This was completely unnecessary. It's been many years since I e dealt with this and am in need for a little help. I tried to delete the unwanted positions, but the system won't allow it. I remember it was easy to delete during initial programming. Can someone assist in deleting the unwanted Positions without starting from scratch? I know the Magix can be tricky. Thanks aa

RE: Avaya Magix Operator Positions

You need to go to "Operator Positions" in SPM (System Programming) and delete them from there.

RE: Avaya Magix Operator Positions

That's under "operators" in system programming, right? I did try to delete under that and did not work. Maybe I'm in the wrong section? Thanks for your reply.

RE: Avaya Magix Operator Positions

are you possibly skipping/overlooking the last "save" action?
before you start, make two new backups.
there may have been a practical reason for eight operator positions.
of course you should expect a system reboot


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