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IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

(OP)
Has anyone heard of a fix for the conflict for the IMS client with Windows XP SP? IT will not run when setup XP SP2, disabling the firewall seems to help but it still will not work.

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

XP sp2 not supported yet, however create a new account on the ims server i.e. imsusers and allow everyone access to it including domain users.Then set the voice mail account on the ims server to use this account against each users mail box.

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

Assuming Spanning's suggestion resolves the IMS Login Error 0x800706ba - I'd say that's a great solution, especially when one is dealing with a large number of workstations.

A more decentralized approach to the problem has been documented by dwgeis1 on the yahoo discussions:

From:  "dwgeis1"
Date:  Thu Sep 23, 2004  11:49 am
Subject:  Re: IMS Client and XP SP2

> I called Avaya today and was told that SP2 was not supported.
They
> also were not able to provide any inkling of when it WOULD be
> supported or provide me with the solution I found below. I would
> really like to go into a rant about this but I'll keep it
> professional.
>
> Here's what I found. I hope it will be helpful to you.
>
> First you have to have the requisite firewall port open either by
> turning off the pesky firewall altogether or by opening the port
> used by Ipoffice (I believe it was 135).
>
> Next, start dcomcnfg, navigate to component services, computers,
my
> computer. Right click on my computer and choose properties.
>
> Then choose the com security tab, access permissions, edit
limits.
>
> Then grant "Anonymous Logon" to the everyone user.
>
> Obviously this opens up some sort of security hole that Microsoft
> was trying to close but at least it allows us to have SP2 in place
> and continue to work on IMS while we wait for a patch from Avaya.
> Please follow this procedure at your own risk.
>
> David

I have successfully testing this solution.

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

Hi all, I am looking for IMS clients. In the posting an IMS client is mentioned. Could somebody please post or send me a source where I can get it.

Thanks, scaleinvariant

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

IMS client software is on the VM pro Instalation CD

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

Hi IPguru, unfortunately I am not shure what VM pro is. Can you give me some further details?
Thanks, scaleinvariant

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

Scaleinvariant

How about going on an IP Office course , then a voice mail course install a few then if you find something useful post it here.

Tra

RE: IMS Client and XP Serice Pack 2

VM Pro is required for IMS to work
therfor all ims software is included on the CDS pro cd.
check the documents on your documents cd
(supplied with EVERY IPO)

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