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Comprehensive "Next Steps" Resources for July 24, 2012, Cisco Unified Communications Release 9.0 Technical Briefing

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Hello Everyone,

For those of you who attended our Cisco Unified Communications Release 9.0 Technical Briefing on July 24, we thank you for your interest!  We hope you find this list of resources helpful as you continue your education. 

If you want to know more about this briefing and watch the replay:

     •  Go to the Cisco Collaboration Community's Virtual Experience space: www.cisco.com/go/virtualexperience

     •  Select "July 24 Cisco Unified Communications Release 9.0 Technical Briefing Replay" from the "Register/Watch" dropdown box

     •  Scroll down to register and watch.

Access the Briefing Replay On Demand

The webcast replay will be available on demand on July 24 after 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Here are instructions to access:

     •  Go to the Cisco Collaboration Community's Virtual Experience space:  www.cisco.com/go/virtualexperience

     •  Select "July 24 Cisco Unified Communications Release 9.0 Technical Briefing Replay " from the "Register/Watch" dropdown box and scroll down on the page to  register.

Important Notes: 

    • If you are displayed a browser security warning message upon entry to the page, then please read the message carefully and choose to display ALL the content within the page or the form will not appear.
    • You should be automatically connected to the Cisco WebEx Event Center console via a pop-up window.  If it does not automatically connect you, then scroll down past the "Register/Watch" dropdown and click on the "View Now" button. Please make sure pop-ups are enabled in your browser.
    • If you are having challenges registering or accessing the webcast: Please email virtualexperience@cisco.com with a description of the problem, screenshots and type/version of browser. We are ready to assist.

Download the Briefing Presentation and Q&A

Below, we have attached a PDF of the  briefing presentation slides and we will post the Q&A within two weeks.

ALSO VIEW FOLLOW-ON BRIEFING

After the live briefing, Dan recorded an additional presentation on CUP integration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Please also view this presentation on replay (no registration is required to view) now: 

https://cisco.webex.com/ciscosales/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=62754332&rKey=9ec1738064553f30

Continue to Ask Questions on the Collaboration Community

The Cisco Collaboration Community is here for you to learn about using collaboration successfully in your business and to learn about collaboration technologies and solutoins.  Our goal is to connect you to your peers and to the Cisco product and marketing teams.  We encourage you to continue to post your questions to Cisco product experts.  

Note: This is not a technical support community. For IT installation, implementation and debugging questions, visit the Cisco Support Community (formerly NetPro) and Cisco.com support area.

Key Web Page

To learn more about Cisco Unified Communications Release 9.0, here are some additional resources:

     • www.cisco.com/go/voice 

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Will there be a way to authinticate a local user against the ldap database. We need the ablity to authenticate users against ldap, but can not change the information in ldap that gets synced into cucm, because it gets synced from another data base. Sometimes this infor mation is wrong or int the wrong format. Phone numbers mostly.

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UC Manager 9.0 includes the capability to sync users from ldap and also define local end users.  You also have the option to convert ldap sync'd users to local users.  But authentication against a ldap database is only possible for users that are active ldap synchronized users.

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