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Avaya SMGR 8.1

Avaya SMGR 8.1

Avaya SMGR 8.1

(OP)
Hi guys,

can someone help pls?
I'm just trying delete multiple stations in smgr/elements/cm/endpoints/manage endpoint..Have System admin permisions and the only result i get no matter if I tried simple delete or bulk delete is:

The following errors have occurred:
Job status for delete Endpoint:to run now: Could not schedule the job. Current user may not have permissions to schedule the job.

I'm wondering what's wrong..but have no idea :(
Thanks for any advice.

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

Do you have any other permissions? They can be reductive in nature - System Admin + Read Only brings you down to Read Only as an example

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

(OP)
Hi Kyle555,
Thx for reply. I made it via GEDI at least but I will check those permissions settings. It looks like good point. Thanks again.

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

(OP)
Hi again,
just fyi, I double checked my permissions and they are only sett as system admin. Have no clue what is wrong...

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

You may need to add Communication Manager Admin to your permissions although I do not think you can edit your own permissions.
System Admin permissions appears to cover everything CM but perhaps you need both. I am able to delete multiple stations in the way you are attempting.
I have System Admin role but also Communication Manager Admin amongst several others.
Worth a try, good luck.

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

System Manager allows for a bunch of customizations to the logins. It's possible someone went under the Administrators menu and changed the permissions for the default System Administrator Role.

In System Manager, go to Users / Administrators / Security / Roles where you should see a list of "root" then "System Administrator". If you click on the arrow next to "System Administrator" you'll see all the different default Roles. You just need to click to highlight "System Administrator" to open up the right-side window where all the permissions should be listed. On my v8.1, the list of permissions is:

Elements:
All elements of type: Avaya BreezeĀ®
All elements of type: Conferencing
All elements of type: Session Manager and Routing
All elements of type: SMGR Core Services
All elements of type: AppSystemAES
All elements of type: AppSystemPS
All elements of type: Communication Manager
All elements of type: CsPresInfoType
All elements of type: CsPresSystemACLEntry
All elements of type: CsPresSystemDefault
All elements of type: CsPresSystemRule
All elements of type: Messaging
All elements of type: Organization Unit
All elements of type: PresenceResources
All elements of type: PublicContact
All elements of type: ReplicaGroupType
All elements of type: SharedAddress
All elements of type: alarmoperation
All elements of type: elements
All elements of type: groups
All elements of type: mmtemplate
All elements of type: Avaya Officelinx
All elements of type: operation
All elements of type: Role Management
All elements of type: scheduleroperation
All elements of type: spmoperation
All elements of type: Solution Deployment Manager
All elements of type: Communication Manager Templates
All elements of type: UDP Group
All elements of type: users
All elements of type: Base OS
All elements of type: CS1000
All elements of type: CS1000 Bridge
All elements of type: CallPilot Messaging
All elements of type: Call Server
All elements of type: Deployment Manager
All elements of type: Hyperlink
All elements of type: IPSec Manager
All elements of type: Linux Base
All elements of type: Non CS1000 Manual Device
All elements of type: Media Card
All elements of type: Media Gateway Controller
All elements of type: Network Routing Service
All elements of type: Numbering Groups
All elements of type: IM Presence
All elements of type: Patching Manager
All elements of type: Secure FTP Token Manager
All elements of type: Snmp Manager
All elements of type: Subscriber Manager


Check your list to see if anything is missing. You can click the Edit button to change things but be VERY CAREFUL not to make things worse.
My guess is that you don't have everything under the permissions for Communication Manager or perhaps scheduleroperations.

RE: Avaya SMGR 8.1

1.Services
2. Inventory
3. Manage Elements
4. CM Main Duplex
5. Edit
6. Change Password to Match CM password
In smgr make sure your cm login and password are active.

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