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Quick Start Guide
Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 Quick Start Guide
Revised: July 03, 2012, OL-26266-01
1 About This Guide
This guide explains how to install Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager Release 1.2 on virtualized servers.
This guide is targeted to administrators who configure, monitor, and maintain the Cisco TelePresence System, and troubleshoot problems that may occur. These administrators must be conversant with the following video collaboration applications:
•Management—Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-Manager) and Cisco TelePresence Management System (Cisco TMS).
•Call and session control—Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Cisco Unified CM) and Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (Cisco VCS).
•Conferencing—Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch (CTMS), Cisco TelePresence Server (TS), Multipoint Control Units (MCU), and Cisco TelePresence Media Service Engine (MSE).
Administrators should also be familiar with virtualization concepts and virtualized environments.
For detailed information about configuring and managing Prime CM, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide.
New and Changed Information
The following table describes information that has been added or changed since the initial release of the Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 Quick Start Guide.
2 Product Overview
Prime CM is a video service assurance and management system that helps you to monitor, troubleshoot, and report. It provides service and network operators with a real-time, unified view of all Cisco TelePresence sessions that are in progress.
Prime CM also provides immediate visibility into the associated media paths of each session and isolates the source of problems. When Mediatrace-capable devices are deployed in the network, Prime CM provides network path visibility, down to the granularity of video flow statistics.
•Supports timely, end-to-end visibility and isolates video-related issues for sessions, endpoints, and the network.
•Reduces time to troubleshoot and recover from service-affecting problems.
•Provides detailed analysis of the media path, with critical fault and performance statistics, enabling you to isolate network devices that are causing service degradation.
•Validates large-scale deployments through comprehensive inventory, health, and status of Cisco TelePresence endpoints, as well as service and network infrastructure devices.
•Delivers reports that allow operators to track usage and problem history.
For information on benefits of key features in Prime CM, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide.
3 About Cisco Prime CM Licensing
Prime CM provides licenses based on endpoint type. The following license categories are supported for this release:
•High-end codec endpoint
•Midrange codec endpoint
Table 1 provides the mapping between license category and endpoint type.
Initially, you must download and install an evaluation version of Prime CM from the list of Network Management Evaluation Products on Cisco.com.
The Evaluation license is valid for 60 days. In Evaluation license mode, you can manage the following:
•100 high-end, single-codec endpoints
•100 high-end, multiple-codec endpoints
•500 midrange, single-codec endpoints
•2000 mass endpoints
By default, when you download and install the product, you obtain the license in Evaluation mode for 60 days.
Note Prime CM 1.2 base software does not include any licenses.
To license your product:
Step 2 Add the license file after you install Prime CM. For information about adding license files, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide.
Support for Prime CM 1.0 and 1.1 Licenses
The licensing structure has changed in the Prime CM 1.2 release.
If you are a Prime CM 1.0 customer and have upgraded to the Prime CM 1.1 release, then you need to update your license file for Prime CM 1.2. The Prime CM 1.0 license file is not recognized after the Prime CM 1.2 upgrade. You must obtain a new license file for Prime CM 1.2.
If you have installed Prime CM 1.1 directly and upgraded to Prime CM 1.2 release, the Prime CM 1.1 license file is recognized after the upgrade. However, you may need to obtain appropriate Prime CM 1.2 endpoint licenses that were included with the Prime CM 1.1 base license.
You can check whether you are using the Prime CM 1.0 or 1.1 license file by opening the *.lic file. Search for the string CM_LARGE_NTWK_DVCS10K or CM_CODEC25 in your license file; if one of these strings is listed in the license file, then you are using the Prime CM 1.0 license file else it is Prime CM 1.1.
Before upgrading to Prime CM 1.2, you must contact your Cisco account manager to obtain the Prime CM 1.2 Upgrade PID.
To get the Prime CM 1.2 license files, you must contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) team. The TAC team may need the Prime CM Purchase Order details for license entitlement.
Obtaining a PAK
The PAK is located on the software claim certificate. You can obtain the claim certificate through the eDelivery system. For information on eDelivery, see http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/tools/edelivery.html.
Obtaining a License File
To obtain a license file, you must register the Prime CM product with Cisco.com, using the PAK and the Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) that is generated on each Prime CM server. The UUID is automatically generated on the server when you install the evaluation version of Prime CM. You can get the UUID from the About page in Prime CM. You need to provide this value when you generate the license file.
You can generate your license file at:
After you obtain the license file, you must add the license to Prime CM. For information, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide. When you add the license file, the evaluation license is automatically converted into the perpetual license type that you purchased.
4 Installing Prime CM
Prime CM is delivered as an Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) file. An OVA allows you to easily deploy a prepackaged Virtual Machine (VM).
Before You Begin
Verify the following:
•OVA is downloaded and saved to the same machine on which the vSphere client is installed.
•VMware ESXi is installed and configured on the ESXi host. See the VMware documentation for information on setting up and configuring your host machine.
•VMware ESXi host is reachable with the configured IP settings (address, network mask, and gateway).
•VMware vSphere Client is installed. After the virtual host is available on the network, you can browse to its IP address to display a web-based interface from which you can install the VMware vSphere client.
Note The VMWare vSphere Client is Windows-based. Therefore you must download and install the client from a Windows PC.
After you install the VMWare vSphere client, you can run it and log into the virtual host, using the hostname or IP address of the virtual host, the root login ID, and the password that you configured. You can add the host to a vCenter if you want to manage it through vCenter. See VMWare documentation for details.
•VMware ESXi server hostname is configured in the DNS server.
•VMware ESXi server is synchronized with the NTP server.
•Download one of the following Prime CM images from the Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager software download site ():
–New installation of Prime CM 1.2: emsam-va-1.2.0-16941.x86_64.ova
–Upgrade from Prime CM 1.1 to Prime CM 1.2: emsam-appbundle-1.2.0-16941.x86_64.tar.gz
You must have a valid Cisco.com user account to download the files.
See Setting up Devices on the Network for information about setting up the devices in your network.
Prime CM 1.2 runs on any VMware-certified hardware with ESXi 4.1 or 5.0 installed. Prime CM must be installed on 64-bit machines.
Note We recommend that you install and run Prime CM on Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS), which is VMware-certified.
The OVA defines the configuration of the virtual machine that includes the CPU, memory, disk, and network resources.
Virtual Machine Requirements
Table 2 lists the virtual machine requirements based on the number of endpoints managed in Prime CM.
Table 2 Virtual Machine Requirements
Endpoints Managed in Prime CM CPU RAM NIC Disk Space
Up to 1000 endpoints
More than 1000 endpoints
Note By default, the Prime CM 1.2 OVA file is configured to support up to 1000 endpoints. See the VMware documentation for information on editing the OVA file to support more than 1000 endpoints.
Client Machine Requirements
A maximum of 10 users can be logged into Prime CM at the same time.
Table 3 lists the client machine requirements for effective use of Prime CM 1.2.
Table 4 gives details of the ports that are used by Prime CM.
Deploying the OVA
To deploy the OVA:
Step 1 Launch your VMWare vSphere client.
Step 2 Choose File > Deploy OVF Template.
Step 3 In the Deploy OVF Template window, click the Deploy from file radio button.
Step 4 Click Browse and navigate to the location where you have saved the emsam-va-1.2.0-16941.x86_64.ova file.
Step 5 Click Next.
The OVF template details are displayed in the OVF Template Details window.
Step 6 Verify the details about the OVA file, including the product name, version, and the size, then click Next.
Step 7 In the Name and Location window, specify a name and location for the template that you are deploying. The name must be unique within the inventory folder and can contain up to 80 characters.
Step 8 Click Next.
Step 9 In the Disk Format window, click one of the following radio buttons to specify the format to store the virtual disks:
•Thin provisioned format
•Thick provisioned format
We recommend Thick provisioned format.
Step 10 Click Next.
The Ready to Complete window displays the details of the OVA file, the name of the virtual appliance, the size of the disk, the hostname, the disk format, and the storage details.
Step 11 After you verify the options, click Finish to start the deployment.
This will take a few minutes to complete. Check the progress bar in the Deploying Virtual Application window to monitor the task status.
After the deployment task has successfully completed, a confirmation window appears.
Step 12 Click Close.
The virtual appliance that you deployed appears in the left pane of the vSphere client, under the host.
Configuring the Virtual Appliance
After you deploy the Prime CM OVA, you must configure the virtual appliance.
Note Prime CM is installed as an evaluation version, and all features are supported in this version. The evaluation license is valid for 60 days.
To configure the virtual appliance:
Step 1 Power on the virtual machine by right-clicking the virtual appliance and choosing Power > Power On.
The virtual appliance console appears.
Step 2 In the virtual appliance console, enter setup at the localhost login prompt.
Step 3 Enter the required parameters at the console prompts. After entering each parameter, press Enter to bring up the next parameter.
Note•Time zone—When you are prompted to enter the system time zone, while configuring the Prime CM server, specify the default time zone, which is, UTC. You can change/set the time zone through SSH after you install Prime CM server. For a list of supported time zones, see Supported Time Zones for Prime Collaboration Manager. For detailed information on how to set the time zone after you install Prime CM, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide.
•Username—Do not use cmuser as the administrative username. Because cmuser is the preconfigured Prime CM CLI user, using it could cause problems.
•Password—We recommend that you write down the administrative password. This password cannot be retrieved or reset.
The End User License Agreement appears.
Step 4 Review the license agreement and enter y to accept it.
The virtual machine reboots.
Step 5 Log into Prime CM to verify if it is working. (See Getting Started.)
Troubleshooting the Prime CM Installation
If you are unable to launch Prime CM, it could be because the required processes are not running on the Prime CM 1.2 server.
To troubleshoot the installation:
Step 1 Log into the Prime CM 1.2 server using the SSH service and with the user that you created during OVA configuration. By default, this username is admin.
Step 2 Enter the following command to display the processes that are running:show application status emsam
The following is sample output of the status command:STAT PID USER COMMAND ELAPSED===============================================S<l 4084 root Decap_main 1-00:18:32SNl 5250 root emsam_fault 1-00:15:55SNl 4348 root emsam_inventory 1-00:18:00SNl 4274 root emsam_mq 1-00:18:08SNl 5138 root emsam_poller 1-00:16:16SNl 5067 root emsam_tomcat 1-00:16:19SNs 4204 oracle oracle 1-00:18:22SNsl 4113 oracle tnslsnr 1-00:18:30
The parameters in the COMMAND column are the processes that are running on the Prime CM 1.2 server. If you do not see all of these processes running, enter the following commands to restart the Prime CM services:application stop emsamapplication start emsam
Step 3 Repeat Step 2 and check whether all of the processes are running.
If all of the required processes are still not running on the Prime CM 1.2 server, contact the Cisco TAC.
5 Upgrading from Prime CM 1.1 to 1.2
When you upgrade from Prime CM 1.1 to 1.2, some configuration data is retained. Table 5 lists details of the configuration data that is retained.
If you are using Prime CM 1.0 and wish to upgrade to Prime CM 1.2, you must first upgrade to Prime CM 1.1 and then upgrade to Prime CM 1.2. To upgrade Prime CM 1.0 to 1.1, see Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager Quick Start Guide 1.1
Note The Prime CM 1.1 inventory data is not retained after the upgrade. However, the device credentials data is retained. Run the device discovery task (Inventory > Device Inventory > Discover Devices) to add the inventory data to the Prime CM 1.2 database.
After the upgrade, the configuration data in the following table is the only data that is retained.
Prime CM 1.1 and Prime CM 1.2 are installed on the same virtual machine. To upgrade from Prime CM 1.1 to Prime CM 1.2:
Step 1 Log in to the Prime CM 1.1 server as admin through SSH.
Step 2 Enter the following commands to create a cars repository:admin# configure terminaladmin(config)# repository carsadmin(config-Repository)# url ftp://111.222.333.444 (for example)admin(config-Repository)# user admin password plain cisco (for example)admin(config-Repository)# exitadmin(config)# exit
Step 3 Enter the following command to upgrade the Prime CM 1.1 server to Prime CM 1.2:admin# application upgrade emsam-appbundle-1.2.0-XXXXX.x84_64.tar.gz cars
Step 4 Open another session via SSH terminal to login to Prime CM admin and confirm that the Prime CM 1.2 server processes are running:admin# show application status emsamSTAT PID USER COMMAND ELAPSED===============================================S<l 15750 root Decap_main 15:55:41Sl 17156 root emsam_fault 15:53:36Sl 16024 root emsam_inventory 15:55:26Sl 15945 root emsam_mq 15:55:34Sl 17056 root emsam_poller 15:53:57Sl 16983 root emsam_tomcat 15:53:59Ss 15860 oracle oracle 15:55:40Ssl 15781 oracle tnslsnr 15:55:41admin# exit
Log in to Prime CM to verify if it is working. (See Getting Started.)
Note The upgrade process takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.
6 Setting up Devices on the Network
You must configure endpoints, application managers, call processors, multipoint switches, and network devices with the following credentials before managing them in Prime CM:
•HTTP—Access the device through HTTP to poll system status and meeting information.
•SNMP Read Community String and SNMP Authentication Protocol (SNMP v2 or SNMP v3)—Discover and manage the device.
•CLI—Access a device through the CLI to discover the media path for troubleshooting.
•JTAPI—Retrieve session status information from the Cisco Unified CM.
•CDP—Discover neighboring devices.
Table 6 lists the device credentials and software versions that are required before managing devices in Prime CM.
Table 6 Device Credentials and Software Versions
Video Collaboration Applications Supported Software Versions SNMP HTTP CLI JTAPI CDP
8.0 to 8.6
Cisco TelePresence System series
13.0, 13.1, 13.2
6.0 to 7.0
4.1 or 4.2
Cisco Telepresence Server 7010
Cisco Telepresence Server MSE 8710
2.1 or 2.2
Cisco Telepresence MX Series
Cisco Telepresence System Profile Series
Cisco Telepresence SX20 Quick Set
4.2 or 5.0
Cisco TelePresence System MXP series
Polycom VSX series (8.0. 8.5, 9.0.5)
Polycom HDX series
2.5 to 3.0
Cisco TelePresence Supervisor MSE 8050
Cisco IP Video Phone E20
4.0 or 4.1
Cisco Jabber Video for Telepresence (Movi)
Cisco Telepresence Conductor
Cisco IP phones (89xx, 99xx)
1 Requires the Reporting API license and the Reporting API role for the CPCM user.
2 Requires Booking API license and the CPCM user generated by the Booking API.
3 Requires Admin privilege.
4 No credentials are required for HTTP access.
Notes to Set up Devices on the Network
•Prime CM supports only IPv4 configured endpoints. It does not support IPv6 configured endpoints. Also, Prime CM does not support dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6 configured) endpoints.
•SNMP read-only access is required for CTS-Manager, CTMS, Cisco TelePresence System, Cisco Unified CM, Cisco TMS, Cisco TelePresence Server, Cisco VCS (Control and Expressway), Cisco MCU (appliance and MSE blade), Cisco TelePresence EX Series, Cisco Telepresence System Integrator C Series, Cisco TelePresence System Quick Set C Series, MSE Supervisor, and network devices.
•The SNMP service must be enabled on the Cisco TMS Windows server.
•For CTS-Manager and CTMS, SNMP must be enabled and configured through CLI.
•For Cisco Unified CM, SNMP is enabled and configured through the Cisco Unified Serviceability tool.
•A separate HTTP user account must be created with the Live Desk role and Reporting API role assigned to it for the Prime CM application in CTS-Manager. Do not use the admin user login account.
•The HTTP user created for Cisco TMS must be a Booking API user generated by the Booking API itself. This user must have the Admin privilege in Cisco TMS.
•A user group must be created for the Prime CM application in Cisco TMS with the List Conferences - All role with the Read permission.
•For Cisco C-series TelePresence systems running on software version 4.1, the HTTP username must be in lower case.
•The HTTP login access must have API privilege for Cisco TelePresence System. It does not require Admin privilege.
•A JTAPI application user account is required in addition to HTTP in Cisco Unified CM. You must configure this account in the Cisco Unified CM publisher. Cisco Unified CM subscribers must have the same SNMP credentials as the Cisco Unified CM publisher.
•HTTP login access must have Admin privilege for Cisco VCS, Cisco MCU, Cisco TelePresence EX Series, Cisco Telepresence System Integrator C Series, Cisco TelePresence System Quick Set C Series, and Cisco MSE Supervisor.
•HTTP login access with Diagnostic Technician and Meeting Manager privileges is required for Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch.
•Prime CM needs to access the Cisco VCS Expressway devices in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) using HTTP and SNMP protocols. It cannot manage and monitor the Cisco VCS Expressway devices if these protocols are blocked by firewalls.
•Prime CM requires CLI login credentials to perform end-to-end path trace troubleshooting (to trigger MTR) in Cisco TelePresence System.
•Prime CM must be able to ping (ICMP) all devices.
•In Cisco VCS, only three servers can be registered for the feedback events. Make sure that there is no server other than the Cisco TMS server registered for Cisco VCS feedback events. The Prime CM server is registered as one of the servers for the feedback events for each Cisco VCS that is managed by the Prime CM server in the network.
•For CTS endpoints, the CLI user account for CPCM can have either Admin or helpdesk privilege. The CLI access is required only when troubleshooting functionality is required.
•For C/EX/MX/SX and MXP series endpoints, the required CLI user credential will be the same as the HTTP user credential. So no additional user account configuration is required for CLI.
•For the C/EX/MX/SX and MXP series endpoints, the HTTP admin-level access is required for monitoring and performing end-to-end troubleshooting path trace.
•No user account is required for Cisco Jabber Video for Telepresence (Movi) endpoints from CPCM.
•All devices must be reachable via ICMP ping from CPCM (the ICMP ping can be disabled if necessary but that requires root access to CPCM).
•Cisco TelePresence Server (TPS) does not support SNMP. Other than that, CPCM 1.2 requires SNMP read-only access for all other types of infrastructure devices.
•The CTSMAN must have the Reporting API license. The HTTP user account should be an AD user with a mailbox and in a user group that has the Reporting API role and the Live Desk role in CTSMAN.
•The HTTP admin-level access is not required for TPS. Only the HTTP API access privilege is required.
•For VCS, the HTTP user for CPCM should have the read-write privilege.
•SNMP v2c or v3 credentials are required for routers and switches if the CPCM capability of troubleshooting network issue is desired.
•CDP also needs to be enabled on all network devices if troubleshooting path trace is desired.
•For routers and switches, CLI login credentials are required if Medianet based troubleshooting is desired.
•In Cisco Unified CM, enable the Web Access configuration for Cisco IP phones (89xx, 99xx) and Cisco Cius.
•A separate HTTP user account must be created with the Meeting Scheduler and Diagnostic Technician roles assigned to it for the Prime CM application in Multipoint Switch.
•For Cisco IP phones (89xx, 99xx), HTTP credentials are not required. However, the Prime Collaboration Manager must be able to access the IP Phone through HTTP.
•In Cisco Unified CM, enable the following roles:
–Standard CTI Allow Call Monitoring
–Standard CTI Enabled
–Standard CTI Allow Control of Phones supporting Connected Xfer and conf
For required protocol configurations, see Setting up Devices on the Network for Prime Collaboration Manager.
7 Getting Started
You can invoke Prime CM using the client browser.
To log into Prime CM:
Step 1 Open a browser session from your machine. See Client Machine Requirements for information about supported browsers.
Step 2 Enter either of the following:
Note You may use either the IP address or the hostname of the Prime CM server. We recommended that you use the hostname if you have one configured.
Depending on the browser you are using, one of the following appears:
•In Windows Internet Explorer, the Certificate Error: Navigation Blocked window.
•In Mozilla Firefox, the Untrusted Connection window.
These windows appear because Prime CM uses a self-signed certificate.
Step 3 Remove the SSL certificate warning. See Removing SSL Certificate Warning.
The Prime CM login page appears.
Step 4 In the Prime CM login page, enter the username and password. By default, admin is the username and password.
Note You must change the default password, admin, to proceed with using Prime CM. If you click Cancel, you will be logged out.
Step 5 In the Change Password popup window, enter the current password and the new password.
Note The new password you create must meet all of the conditions mentioned in the Basic Password Validity Rules popup window.
Step 6 Confirm the new password.
Step 7 Click Save.
You are logged out of Prime CM.
Step 8 Log in with the new password.
The Prime CM landing page appears. Note that the dashboard data is populated only after you perform tasks listed in the following table.
After you install Prime CM, you must perform the tasks listed in the following table. The table also lists corresponding sections in the Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 User Guide that provide detailed information about the tasks.
Task Description Section in the Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager User Guide
Add a new license file
This step is optional if you are evaluating the product.
Add the Prime CM Base license file, using Administration > License Management.
For details on how to obtain the new license files if you are upgrading from Prime CM 1.1 to 1.2, see About Cisco Prime CM Licensing.
Managing Licenses, under Setting Up and Maintaining the Server
Enter the required device credentials to manage devices in Prime CM, using Inventory > Device Inventory > Manage Credentials. See Setting up Devices on the Network for more information.
The device credentials data will be available in the Prime CM 1.2 database if you upgrade from Prime CM 1.1 to Prime CM 1.2.
Managing Credentials, under Managing Devices
Discover Cisco TMS
Discover either the CTS-Manager or TMS, using Inventory > Device Inventory > Discover Devices.
The Cisco Unified CM, Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch, Cisco TelePresence System, default gateway, and switches are discovered along with CTS-Manager.
The Cisco VCS, Cisco MCU, Cisco Profile and Codec, default gateway, and switches are discovered along with Cisco TMS.
Cisco Telepresence Conductor is not auto discovered through CTS-Manager/TMS. The Cisco Telepresence Conductor need to be discovered separately.
Discovering Devices, under Managing Devices
Verify whether all discovered devices are in the Managed state, using Inventory > Device Inventory.
If there are any devices in any other states, see the Job Management page (Administration > Job Management) to review the discovery job details.
•Managing Inventory, under Managing Devices
•Managing Jobs, under Setting Up and Maintaining the Server
Import the video collaboration sessions from CTS-Manager, Cisco TMS, and Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch to monitor the sessions, using Monitoring > Session Monitoring.
To periodically import sessions from CTS-Manager, Cisco TMS, and Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch, define the polling interval based on your business needs, using Administration > Device Monitoring Configuration.
•Monitoring Sessions, under Monitoring Sessions and Endpoints
•Defining the Polling Intervals, under Setting Up and Maintaining the Server
Verify whether all session details have been imported from CTS-Manager, Cisco TMS, and Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch, using Monitoring > Session Monitoring.
Prime CM collects scheduled sessions data for five days (for the past one day, for the current day, and for three days ahead).
•Monitoring Sessions, under Monitoring Sessions and Endpoints
Removing SSL Certificate Warning
This section provides information on removing the SSL certificate warning for:
•Windows Internet Explorer—You can permanently remove the SSL certificate warning by installing the Prime CM self-signed certificate.
•Mozilla Firefox—You can remove the SSL certificate warning only by adding an exception.
In Windows Internet Explorer, to remove the SSL certificate warning:
Step 1 Choose Continue to this website (not recommended).
Step 2 Choose Tools > Internet Options.
Step 3 In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Security tab, choose Trusted sites, and then click Sites.
Step 4 Confirm that the URL that appears in the field and matches the application URL, and then click Add.
Step 5 Close all dialog boxes and refresh the browser.
Step 6 Choose Certificate Error to the right of the address bar, and then click View certificates.
Step 7 In the Certificate dialog box, click Install Certificate.
Step 8 In the Certificate Import Wizard dialog box, click Next.
Step 9 Click the Place all certificates in the following store radio button, and then click Browse.
The Select Certificate Store dialog box appears.
Step 10 Choose Trusted Root Certification Authorities, and then click OK.
Step 11 Click Next > Finish.
Step 12 In the Security Warning message box, click Yes.
Step 13 In the Certificate Import Wizard message box, click OK.
Step 14 In the Certificate dialog box, click OK.
Step 16 Select the URL in the Websites section, and then click Remove.
Step 17 Close all dialog boxes, restart the browser, and invoke Prime CM. See Getting Started for information on invoking Prime CM.
If you have a safe URL implemented, do the following:
a. Choose Tools > Internet Options.
b. In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab.
c. In the Security section, uncheck the Warn about certificate address mismatch check box.
In Mozilla Firefox, to remove the SSL certificate warning:
Step 1 Click I Understand the Risks > Add Exception.
Step 2 In the Add Security Exception dialog box, click Confirm Security Exception.
8 Navigation and Documentation Reference
This section provides navigation paths to access Prime CM features, and lists the sections in the Prime CM documentation that describe the features.
9 Uninstalling Prime CM
To delete the Prime CM virtual appliance:
Step 1 Login to vSphere client and connect to the ESX server running CM 1.2.
Step 2 Right-click the Prime CM virtual appliance, go to Power > Shut Down Guest (or choose Power Off).
10 Related Documentation
You can access Prime CM documents at Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager 1.2 Documentation Overview.
Note We sometimes update the documentation after original publication. Therefore, you should also review the documentation on Cisco.com for any updates.
Click here to access the Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager training VODs.
11 Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
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