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I would like to see if there is a DVD the drive of a couple of remotely located UCM servers.  And if there is - I want to see the contents.  Is there something at the CLI or GUI that will let me do this?  I didn't see anything obvious like "show disk dvd"
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Only way I can think of, would be attempting and install from DVD. Regardless of the contents, if there is a DVD in it, the Install/Upgrade logs will record the file listing, and you would be able to see that listing as it is clear text. The upgrade doesn't need to be actually applied, but no command will show the DVD contents that I know of.
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Thank you much.
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