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Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Loaded above patch last night, all appeared ok. This morning, no voip lines to our other office. In services manager, various services set to automatic had stopped. tried to start services, after a long while, this fails. Tried reboot, then graceful shutdown but still unable to start CTEngine in services.

Has anyone experienced this or throw any light on this.

Thanks in advance

RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

O.k. this is what you need to do.
De-program all the voip programe , just use a cross over cable.Reboot then reprogram.

RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Have others been seeing this issue as well (or other issues)?  I have been putting off applying this patch because of the potential for problems.  I hate to be the first one to uncover these issues.



RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Did you use the 3.5 or the 3.6 patch.???

RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Used the 3.6 patch

RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

When did they come out with cumulative Patch 2.0?

all I have seen is 3.6 1.037

RE: Cumulative patch 2.0 issues

Got the cumulative patch 2 from Nortel. It was issued in December. It incorporates all that was on Cumulative patch 1

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