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How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

(OP)
Hi,

What is the command for removing the ACD from Cs1000.
I went to LD 23 >out >ACD> cust 0> and giving ACD getting error as SCH0707.

Suggession please

DN 92440
TYPE ACDN
ACID 92434 TN 248 1 15 02
ACID 92441 TN 208 0 09 00
ACID 92442 TN 208 0 09 01
ACID 92443 TN 208 0 09 02
ACID 92448 TN 208 0 09 03
ACID 92436 TN 248 1 15 03

I want to make the DN 92440 as phantom 500 number.

rgds

RE: How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

You will have to out those phones before you out the ACD Que

RE: How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

(OP)
which remote commands helps to out the phone and then ACD.
Can you guide me ?

RE: How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

It depends if they are contact centre or Voice recorded users and are in an acquired state. If they were then when you print the TN you would see that, if they are then de-acquire and remove them at the application first.

remove the phones

LD20
REQ out
TYPE <phone type>
TN 248 1 15 02 <--first one as an example

once all sets are gone

LD 23
REQ out
TYPE acd
CUST 0
ACDN 92440

RE: How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

What he said

RE: How can i remove group of ACD from Nortel Cs1000

If you have a AACC, i believe AAQ or something to that affect will be there and it will say yes for acquired. YOu'd need to de acquire those. Everything Bignose21 said is correct

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