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avaya IP office one-x and Voicemail pro on a 2012 R2 Essentials Server

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Has anyone successfully installed Avaya IP office one-x and Vociemail pro onto a 2012 R2 Essentials server. the first par tis ok but the Tomtcat apache server does not seen to run at all. also the Avaya One-x service does not get installed
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by:Cliff Galiher
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I know Tomcat won't run on essentials. And while I don't support Avaya, I am not surprised to hear that it won't run either.

Running LOB apps on a DC (including essentials) is not a good idea. And because essentials already configures IIS for so many other duties, in many cases LOB apps simply can't be installed without breaking. LOB apps belong on a second server.
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Hi cliff, Got it running just needed to install as Admin. Tomcat seems to run ok on the seerver?
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The changes tomcat makes breaks parts of IIS. The wizards will no longer work as expected, anywhere access will not work properly, and calling MS support will get you the "not supported configuration" answer. So sure, if you are happy with those limitations, go for it.
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