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Does the CISCO UC560 allow for the "Hot Desking" feature using the SPA504G phones? If so what version of UC is required

Posted on 2014-10-19
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Customer needs to be able to log off an user extension from a SPA504G phone and log in with another completely different user extension number. I believe this feature is called Hot Desking.
If this can be done I need to know what version of UC this feature is available for.
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Extension Mobility in the Cisco world, available in version 8 for UC560.

See this link:
https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11314766/cisco-spa-504g-phones-and-extension-mobility-uc560
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