Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.0 -- Administration Center Page References for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace (I - L pages)

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In the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center, the title of each page appears in the blue bar beneath the "Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Administration Center" banner.


This section describes the fields and options on each page, presented in alphabetical order by page titles I - L.


Contents

Import Meetings Page

Use this page to schedule or cancel meetings by import. To find this page, select Maintenance > Import Data > Import Meetings.


Table: Field Reference: Import Meetings Page
Field Description

Action to perform

Whether to schedule or cancel meetings.


Default: Schedule meetings

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file that contains the user profile information.

Scheduler user ID

User ID to enter as the owner of meetings with blank SchedulerUid fields in the import file.


Default: your user ID

Send log information to

Select screen or file.


Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing a meeting file is greater than this error threshold, the system cancels the import.


To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of meetings (not records) in the meetings file and add 10.


These errors might be generated during the meeting-import process and saved in the import log:


Default: 5000



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Import User Groups Page

Use this page to import user groups that are specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) file. To find this page, select Maintenance > Import Data > Import User Groups.


Table: Field Reference: Import User Groups Page
Field Description

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete user groups from the database.


Default: Add groups to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file that contains the user group information.

Overwrite duplicate information

Whether to overwrite data that is duplicated in the target file as a result of importing.

  • No-All existing user groups in the database are skipped and remain as is.
  • Yes-Existing user groups in the database are overwritten by any imported user groups that have identical user group Numbers. Note that the group Name is not overwritten.


Restriction: This field is ignored when you select "Delete groups from system" in the Action to perform field.


Default: No

Send log information to

Select screen or file.


Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing groups is greater than this error threshold, the system aborts the import.


To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of groups in the import file and add 10.


Default: 5000



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Import User Profiles Page

Use this page to import user profile information that is specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) file. To find this page, select Maintenance > Import Data > Import User Profiles.


Table: Field Reference: Import User Profiles Page
Field Description

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete user profiles from the database.


Default: Add profiles to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file.

Overwrite duplicate information

When set to No, existing user profiles in the database are not modified by the import process.


When set to Yes, the system overwrites each existing user profile in the database that matches both the Profile number and User ID of an imported user profile. Exceptions:


Restriction: The system does not import any user profile that matches only one (not both) of the Profile number and User ID fields of an existing user profile in the database. Instead, the system reports an error and treats this as an attempt to add a new user profile whose Profile number or User ID (both of which must be unique) conflicts with an existing user profile in the database.


Default: No

Send log information to

Select screen or file.


Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing user profiles is greater than this error threshold, the system aborts the import.


To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of users in the import file and add 10.


Default: 5000



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Import Video Terminal Profiles Page

Use this page to import video terminal profile (VTP) information that is specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) file. To find this page, select Maintenance > Import Data > Import Video Terminal Profiles.


Table: Field Reference: Import Video Terminal Profiles Page
Field Description

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete VTPs from the database.


Default: Add video terminal profiles to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file.

Overwrite duplicate information

When set to No, existing VTPs in the database are not modified by the import process.


When set to Yes, the system overwrites each existing VTP in the database that matches one or both of the following fields in an imported VTP:


Default: No

Send log information to

Select screen or file.


Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing user profiles is greater than this error threshold, the system aborts the import.


To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of users in the import file and add 10.


Default: 5000



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Topics in the Importing Data into Cisco Unified MeetingPlace module:


Import Video Types Page

Use this page to import video type information that is specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) file. To find this page, select Maintenance > Import Data > Import Video Types. You can import video types only if the Type of media server is set to Express Media Server.


Table: Field Reference: Import Video Types Page
Field Description

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete video types from the database.


Default: Add video types to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file.

Overwrite duplicate information

When set to No, existing video types in the database are not modified by the import process.


When set to Yes, the system overwrites existing video types with duplicate imported video types in the database:

  • The system warns you before deleting manually added video types that are currently assigned to profiled users or groups. As a result, those profiled users who have Can attend + host video meetings usage setting are assigned the default video type. For profiled groups, the system assigns the default video type regardless of the Video usage setting.
  • The system prevents you from deleting (or modifying) the default video types.


Default: No



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Install Licenses Page

To find this page, select Maintenance > Licenses > Install Licenses.


Table: Field Reference: Install Licenses Page
Field Description

Upload new license file

Specifies to delete all previously installed licenses before installing the license file.


Restriction: Select this option only when uploading licenses to your system for the first time, or in the unlikely event that you must install an entirely new set of licenses.

Append incremental license file

Specifies to keep all the previously installed licenses and to add additional licenses from the license file.

Host ID (MAC address)

Display only. MAC address of the Application Server. You need this address to obtain licenses.

License file to use

Directory path and filename of the license file.

Install License

Installs the file specified in the License file to use field.

Restart License Manager

Use this button to start or restart the license manager.

Download License

Use this button to save a copy of the license file.



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Licenses Summary Page

Use this page to display and download licenses for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. To find this page, select Maintenance > Licenses > Licenses Summary.


Table: Field Reference: Licenses Summary Page
Field Description

Name

The type of license.

Enabled

(Yes/No) Whether the license is enabled.


or


(number) The number of licenses or ports of this type that are enabled.

Installed

(Yes/No) Whether the license was installed.


or


(number) The total number of licenses or ports of this type that are installed.

Comment

Additional information about the license, such as an expiration date or any limitations that are specific to your system.



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