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Main page: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0

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To find this page, click User Configuration > Video Terminal Profiles. By default, this page displays video terminal profiles (VTPs) sorted by VTP name in ascending order.


Table: Navigation Reference: Video Terminal Profiles Page
To Do This

Sort by VTP name or endpoint E.164 number.

Click the column heading.


Restriction: The system sorts entries as text strings. For example, if you sort by number, the system lists 10 as a lower number than 2.

Change the sort order to ascending or descending

Click the column heading to display an arrow. Click the arrow to toggle between a down arrow (ascending sort) and an up arrow (descending sort).


Restriction: The system sorts entries as text strings. For example, if you sort by number, the system lists 10 as a lower number than 2.

Display a shorter or longer list of entries in one view

At the bottom of the page, in the Rows per page field, select the number of user profiles to display.

Display a different page

At the bottom of the page, perform one of the following actions:

  • In the Go field, enter the page number to display, and click Go.
  • Click the arrows to page through the list.

Search by VTP name

Click the VTP Name radio button, enter the first characters of the name, and click Search.

Search by E.164 number

Click the Endpoint E.164 number radio button, enter digits, and click Search.

Edit an existing VTP

Click Edit in the same row as the VTP.

Create a new VTP

Click Add New.

Delete one or more VTP

Check the appropriate check boxes in the far left column, then click Delete Selected.



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