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Cisco Unified Communication Manager (Call Manager)

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Can Cisco Unified Communication Manager (Call Manager) work in window 2008 r2 TS and how would i implement it
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All current versions of Cisco Call Manager run on a Linux operating system and do not run on any Windows platform.

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Hi irmoore so Cisco Call Manager does not work on any terminal server sessions at all?it work on are current win xp
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for testing purposes you can install the call manager (5.x to 8.x) on vmware but if you are talking about the production network the call manager should be installed on one of cisco MCS servers or the new UCS.

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Hussam
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so hus1984: it can work then on window 2008 termainl server
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on (VMWARE) virtual machine.

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Hussam
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What version, specifically, of Call Manager are you wanting to install?
CallManager 7.x - 8.x may be installed on a VMWare virtual machine, it will not install on a Windows 2008 server. It is absolutely *not* an application that gets installed on a server.
I have successfully built a lab UCM with free VMWare server, running on Windows 7, created a VM "other linux 32-bit" and installed CM 7.1, fully functional under the demo license.
You have to have the bootable install DVD from Cisco to install it.

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