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Inquiry on SMGR downloads in support website (WebLM)

Inquiry on SMGR downloads in support website (WebLM)

Inquiry on SMGR downloads in support website (WebLM)


quick question, I just downloaded the 8.1.2 OVA of SMGR on this portal: https://support.avaya.com/downloads/download-detai...

Under this link below files are downloadable:


My inquiry is, why there is a WebLM file in this page? Does this mean, i have to install this file WebLM_8.1.2.0_r81211102.bin once i have uploaded the SMGR-

RE: Inquiry on SMGR downloads in support website (WebLM)

No, the WebLM is embedded on SMGR so you can use that one for all your licenses. The WebLM OVA on the SMGR page can be used as a stand-alone licensemanager if you for example deploy an Avaya SBCE on VMWare and connect it to an IP Office prior to R11.1. So it is used for installs without a SMGR basically, lol.

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RE: Inquiry on SMGR downloads in support website (WebLM)

Also a another use is if you have a few servers (Like AAM) that don't support centralized licensing you can't have them on the same LM, for example we have 3 regional AAM globally so use SMGR and 2 Standalone WebLM's.

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