In Cisco Desktop Administrator, when VoIP Monitor is clicked under Enterprise Data Configuration, the Could not get devices from Sync Service error message appears.
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In Cisco Desktop Administrator, when VoIP Monitor is clicked under Enterprise Data Configuration, the Could not get devices from Sync Service error message appears. The VoIP Monitor features are grayed out, and the monitoring and recording functions do not work.
This issue can occur if the CCMService password phrase does not match between the Cisco CallManager server and the Cisco Unified Contact Center Express server.
When you install or upgrade Customer Response Solutions, you are prompted to enter an account password phrase. Customer Response Solutions uses the string that you enter to create a unique, encrypted password for the Customer Response Solutions Administrator account and for the services that run under this account (CCMService). This password phrase must be the same on all Customer Response Solutions servers in the cluster. In order to change this password phrase after installation, use the Customer Response Solutions AdminUtility.
In order to resolve this issue, you need to resynchronize the CCMService password phrase on the CRS server. In order to synchronize the CCMService password phrase on both the servers, you need to use the AdminUtility on the Cisco CallManager server and the Customer Response Solutions AdminUtility on the Cisco Unified Contact Center Express server.
Complete these steps in order to run the CRS AdminUtility on the CRS server:
Open a command prompt window in the CRS server.
Change directory to c:\program flies\cisco\bin.
Run CRSAdminUtil tool to change the CCMService account password. In order to do this, complete these steps:
Run the CRSAdminUtil -u CCMService command.
You are prompted for an Administrator login password. Enter the password of the Administrator.
You are prompted for the <password phrase>. Enter the <password phrase>. The <password phrase> must be the same as the one entered for the CCMService account on Cisco CallManager.
Note: If the problem is still not resolved, restart the Cisco Desktop Sync Server service.