I have a CUCM 8.6 Cluster integrated with CUP 8.5 and all CUPC´s is working fine.
So, I´m testing the Jabber for windows and certanly he is more light and fast than the CUPC 8.5.
But I saw some things different in the client configuration, things like Accout > Tele Services ....
Someone can explain what is that ? I try to put my AD credentials without sucess
I can login in jabber normally with my credentials, using the CSF .... but when I do my login, some erros are showed and I can´t find nothing related yet.
I´m attaching some images to a better understand.
I believe that I have some configurations to do before start the tests with Jabber for Windows with my company, but the question is: We need to perform an upgrade in my CUP Server to all cool things of Jabber be available ?
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