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CVP integrated with Windows domain

rhobab
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Hil

I'd like to know if CVP works in a Windows domain? I've always had trouble with this issue and normally don't add the CVP servers to the domain but I now have to implement a CVP solution (comprehensive model) in which all the servers must be part of a Windows domain. I have searched Cisco documentation have have not been able to find any information regarding this issue.

All help appreciated especially if you can point me to a document where this information is.

Victor

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hiteshpa
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CVP 8.x SRND has it documented: Page 19

" A Unified CVP server can, optionally, be part of the enterprise domain."

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cust_contact/contact_center/customer_voice_portal/srnd/8x/cvp8xsrnd.pdf

Thanks,

Hitesh Patel

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I've always had CVP in a domain with no problems.  There's nothing special about it.

david

Hi Victor,

David is absoulately right. I also always keep cvp in the domain without having any problem.

Thanks and Regars,

Ashfaque

hiteshpa
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

CVP 8.x SRND has it documented: Page 19

" A Unified CVP server can, optionally, be part of the enterprise domain."

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cust_contact/contact_center/customer_voice_portal/srnd/8x/cvp8xsrnd.pdf

Thanks,

Hitesh Patel

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