Could someone provide a step-by-step to login a 4th Jabber client. I have one Jabber client on each Windows server Jabber1, 2, 3. I've tried to accomplish it with these steps: 1) Promote Charlie Bragg to administrator to let him RDP to 10.10.20.12 and sign in as firstname.lastname@example.org. (had to use the domain setup on 10.10.20.12 which is different from the real domain on 10.10.20.100) 2) RDP to 10.10.20.12 with email@example.com 3) Update network settings with 220.127.116.11 as secondary dns (otherwise Jabber complained about no internet) 4) Logged into jabber as agent020 Result is no phone services - cannot make any calls. If I RDP to same server as administrator and log into Jabber as agent020 it works fine. Am I missing some config -steps? Is this result of the misconfigures domain setup? Any help is appriciated. Thanks.
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Looks like Jabber1, Jabber2 and Jabber3 has just been cloned from the domain controller (10.10.20.100). They are named the same as the domain controller and they all think they are the master! Pretty messy if you want to do anything involving the windows domain (User permissions, Group Policies etc.) Hope you could fix this for all UCCX sandboxes because it seems like it's been inherited from previous sandboxes (see https://community.cisco.com/t5/devnet-sandbox/someone-please-fix-uccx-11-5-domain-setup/m-p/3799267#M3359) Thanks
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