I know its been a while but here is how you can do this, on CUCM go to:
system > security > phone security profile
Then create a new security profile for your CIPC and under "Authentication Mode" select 'by authentication string' and make sure you use sip port 5061 then save it.
Go to the CIPC admin page on CUCM, and use the phone security profile you just created to your CIPC.
Then navigate to "Certification Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) Information", and under 'Certificate Operation' select 'install / update' then under 'Authentication Mode' select 'by authentication string' and click on generate string, then copy the string and paste it on a notepad, save the configuration changes and click on 'apply config'
Open your CIPC and click on the 'settings' button then go to security configuration > LSC
then click on update (you may need to use the **# to unlock the settings), then copy and paste the authentication string you pasted on a notepad.
The CIPC resets and now it should come up with the authentication profile.
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