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HIDE USER MENU - SPA525G2

Hi,

I need to hide the menus/ submenus in phone user interface SPA525G2:

Call Recordings

MP3 Player

Web Applications

User Preferences

Network Configuration

Device Administration

Status

After   consulting the Provisioning & Admin Guides and trying to use the   Phone-UI-user-mode, it doesn't seems to be possible....is the Phone-UI  =  Web Interface ?

I've download the spacfg.xml and it doesn't hide menus on the phone UI....

Can someone help ?

Best Regards,

João Silva       

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Change in the answer here as I got an update from dev.

The admin guide will be updated to reflect the following.

525 works different that 50x in this case.

525 'na' will work the same as 'ro' for this set up.

You will see the parameter in the Phone UI, you can't block it from being seen.  You can only make it read only even though 'na' is set.

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Pasted from admin guide, below info.

You can restrict the menus and options that phone users see when they use the

phone interface. The Phone-UI-user-mode parameter can be enabled in a

provisioning file or in the configuration utility. Specific parameters are then

designated as “na” or “ro.” Parameters designated as “na” will not appear on the

user’s phone interface. Parameters designated as “ro” will not be editable by the

user.

You can set the Phone-UI-user-mode parameter in the configuration utility, but you

then need to designate individual parameters as “na” or “ro” using provisioning

files. For more information on provisioning, see the Cisco Small Business IP

Telephony Devices Provisioning Guide on cisco.com.

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You've printed out the xml file, for the fields that you want to hide, you'll need to change the designation to "na", so those fields aren't seen when the Phone UI user mode is set to yes.  Then have the phone download the changes in your xml file.

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The indicated information works for the Cisco SPA50x, but not for the Cisco SPA525G.

Making things working as documented is not a priority for Cisco.

Joao

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Hi Nseto,

I've read the Provisioning & Admin Guides before developing the XML Provisioning file and by default all the tags are set to "na".

For example....

Yes

Yes

No

No

In this case it shouldn´t be possible to read the WIFI options on the phones GUI, right ?

Can you address some further explanations/ examples ? For example: How do configure the settings to only show the:

1 (Directories),

2 (Call History)

3 (Speed Dials)

Regards,

João Gaspar Silva

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Change in the answer here as I got an update from dev.

The admin guide will be updated to reflect the following.

525 works different that 50x in this case.

525 'na' will work the same as 'ro' for this set up.

You will see the parameter in the Phone UI, you can't block it from being seen.  You can only make it read only even though 'na' is set.

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