We are running CUCM / CUP 10.5.1. Where would I be able to see which versions of Jabber are in our environment? I want to upgrade everyone to Jabber for Windows 10.5, but first I would like some visibility into our current environment.
I remember that it was possible in the version 8.6, from the CUPS administrator web-interface, but since we've upgraded to Version 9.1 I cannot find this option any more.
If they are CSF devices, you can list them in RTMT with a phone device search. But if not, I don't think there is a way in 10.5. You would have to use whatever management system distributed the client to the PCs if any were used.
There is another way, I found about it a few days ago, but just got a chance to get it in my wiki
I only had J4W when I ran the query, but since it should look at all client sessions, I believe it should give info back on any Jabber client that is registered.
I will try with Android and IPad when I have a chance, but if you already have those, and let me know the outcome, I can add those details to the wiki.
I was able to try it with Jabber Video and Jabber and they also show in the query, I have updated the question with the outcome of my tests.
Enhancement request perhaps? Would like to run an IM&P server report that list username, IP address, and current Jabber version. The only way to find out who exactly has an older Jabber version running on my network is to set the minimum version on the server and wait for someone to scream so I can get them upgraded.
I believe there's already one for that, you can always reach out to your SE/AM to add yourself to it, and submit a business case so they can give it a higher priority.
The query you need to run is:
run pe sql ttlogin select * from clientsessions
The answer in the wiki was quite verbose, I'm trying to find a replacement site to host the wiki content.