Cisco Unified Personal Communicator Soft Phone and Desk Phone are 'Not Active'

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When you sign into Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, and select Soft Phone or Desk Phone from the Phone Mode menu, the download fails and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator shows a Not Active state. The Server Health window in Cisco Unified Personal Communicator (select CUPC > Help > Show Server Health) confirms that the Softphone and Desk Phone are 'Not Active'.
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<h2><tt> What Caused it?</tt></h2>
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Typically, this failure happens if a primary extension is not configured on the End User Configuration window.
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The Cisco Unified Personal Communicator log confirms this:
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tt> No Primary Extension configured:</tt>
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<h2><tt> What Can You Do? </tt></h2>
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Go to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration and select User Management > End User. Configure the primary extension for the user.

Latest revision as of 11:52, 21 January 2011

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When you sign into Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, and select Soft Phone or Desk Phone from the Phone Mode menu, the download fails and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator shows a Not Active state. The Server Health window in Cisco Unified Personal Communicator (select CUPC > Help > Show Server Health) confirms that the Softphone and Desk Phone are 'Not Active'.


What Caused it?

Typically, this failure happens if a primary extension is not configured on the End User Configuration window.

The Cisco Unified Personal Communicator log confirms this:

tt> No Primary Extension configured:</tt>


What Can You Do?


Go to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration and select User Management > End User. Configure the primary extension for the user.

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