Cisco Unified Communications Manager Bulk Administration Guide, Release 9.0(1)
User device profile exports
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User device profile exports

User device profile exports

This chapter provides information to export user device profile records. You can choose between two file format names when you are exporting user device profile records:

  • All User Device Profile Details: To export all the line attributes, services and User IDs that are associated with the user device profile.
  • Specific User Device Profile Details: To export a limited set of details that are associated with the user device profile

All user device profile details format

For phones that have different line configurations, such as multiple partitions or calling search spaces, use the All User Device Profile Details format.

The following table lists the fields that are exported when you choose the All User Device Profile Details file format.

Table 1 Exported fields in the All User Device Profile Details file format

Field Types

Exported Fields

Device Fields

User Device Profile Name, Description, Device Pool, Calling Search Space, AAR Calling Search Space, Media Resource Group List, User Hold Audio Service, Network Hold Audio Source, Login User ID, User Locale, Network Locale, Phone Button Template, Expansion Module Type I, Expansion Module Type II, Softkey Template, Phone Load Name, Module 1 Load Name, Module 2 Load Name, MLPP Indication, MLPP Preemption, MLPP Domain

Model Specific Device Fields

Information, Directory, Messages, Services, Authentication Server, Proxy Server, Idle, Idle Timer, Enable Extension Mobility, Logout Profile, Login User ID, Login Time, Logout Time

Line Fields

Directory Number, Partition, Voice Mail Profile, Line CSS, AAR Group, Line User Hold Audio Source, Line Network Hold Audio Source, Auto Answer, Forward All to Voice Mail, Forward All Destination, Forward All CSS, Forward Busy External to Voice Mail, Forward Busy External Destination, Forward Busy External CSS, Forward No Answer External to Voice Mail, Forward No Answer External Destination, Forward No Answer External CSS, Forward On Failure to Voice Mail, Forward On Failure Destination, Forward on Failure CSS, Call pickup group, Forward Busy Internal to Voice Mail, Forward Busy Internal Destination, Forward Busy Internal CSS, Forward No Answer Internal to Voice Mail, Forward No Answer Internal Destination, Forward No Answer Internal CSS, Forward No Call Coverage External to Voice Mail, Forward No Call Coverage External Destination, Forward No Call Coverage External CSS, Forward No Call Coverage Internal to Voice Mail, Forward No Call Coverage Internal Destination, Forward No Call Coverage Internal CSS, Display, External Phone Number Mask, Message Waiting Lamp Policy, Ring Setting When Idle, Line Text Label, Ring Setting When Active, No Answer Ring Duration, MLPP Target Destination, MLPP Calling Search Space, MLPP No Answer Ring Duration, Max Num Calls, Busy Trigger, Call Info Display Mask, Alerting Name

User Fields

User ID

Speed Dials

Speed Dial Number, Speed Dial Label

Services

Service Name, Subscribed Service Name, Parameter Name, Parameter Value

Specific user device profile format

To export a limited set of details that are associated with the user device profile, use the Default User Device Profile format. You can choose specific query options to customize the export file.

The following table lists the fields that can be exported when you choose the Default User Device Profile format.

Table 2 Exported fields in the Default User Device Profile file format

Field Types

Exported Fields

Device Fields

MAC Address, Description, Login User ID

Line Fields

Directory Number,Display,Line Text Label,Forward Busy External,Forward Busy Internal,Forward No Answer External,Forward No Answer Internal,Forward No Coverage External,Forward No Coverage Internal,Call pickup group

Export user device profile records

You can export user device profiles from Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Procedure
    Step 1   Choose one of the following options:
    1. Choose Bulk Administration > User Device Profiles > Export User Device Profiles > Specific Details. The Find and List User Device Profiles To Export window displays.
    2. Choose Bulk Administration > User Device Profiles > Export User Device Profiles > All Details. The Export User Device Profiles Configuration window displays.
    Step 2   For All Details option, choose the type of device or specific model from the Device Type drop-down list box. Skip to Step 4.
    Step 3   For Specific Details option, you can customize the export file and set any of the following detail options:
    1. Choose Device Type and Device Protocol from the drop-down list boxes.
    2. In the first Find a User Device Profile drop-down list box, choose from the following options:
      • Profile Name
      • Profile Description
    3. In the second drop-down list box, choose from the following options:
      • begins with
      • contains
      • is exactly
      • ends with
      • is empty
      • is not empty
    4. In the search field box, enter the value that you want to locate, such as a specific profile name or profile description.
    5. You can click the Search Within Results check box and choose AND or OR to add multiple filters and repeat 3.b through 3.d to further define your query.
    6. Click Find. The search results display.
    7. Click Next.
    8. Choose file format from the File Format drop-down list box.
    Step 4   In the File Name field, enter the file name that you want to use.
    Step 5   In the Job Information area, enter the Job description.
    Step 6   Choose an export method. Do one of the following:
    1. Click Run Immediately to export user device profiles immediately.
    2. Click Run Later to export user device profiles at a later time.
    Step 7   Click Submit to create a job for exporting user device profiles. Use the Job Scheduler option in the Bulk Administration main menu to schedule and/or activate this job.

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