A customer is wondering if a cisco unified personal communicator end user can login in multiple machinnes at the same time? like multi sessions? is it possible, does all the functionalities will work ? can it become a problem for the server?
If you are referring to an end user trying to log into a second cupc client when already logged into another cupc client, this isn't possible. You'll be logged out of the first cupc client. On the first client machine, you'll get a notification that you are logged out since your logged into another machine. You can only be logged into one cupc client at a time.
Table of Contents:
1. Reference URLs
2. Type of Certificates
3. Regenerate certificates that have no CTL/ITL impact [no phone impact]
4. Regenerate certificates that have CTL/ITL impact [medium phone impact]
5. Step to delete expired certif...
I have been using the recent release of the WebEx Desktop App (39.9) which has Wireless Sharing feature. Prior to this, we were using the proximity application for sharing, where we can find the performance logs on the %temp% folder of the client machine....
Cisco Recommends Dual NIC deployment for Expressways. But single NIC deployment can be achieved. Points to be noted for single NIC: > Firewall must support NAT Reflection, if not then you can use dual NATing to achieve NAT reflection on unsup...