Using Cisco Unified Communications Manager License Count Utility, Release 9.0(1)
Managing Unified CM servers
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Managing Unified CM servers

Managing Unified CM servers

This section provides information about managing your inventory with Cisco Unified Communications Manager License Count Utility. It includes these topics:

Add Unified CM server

You must add the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager License Count Utility inventory before you can request a license report.

Before you begin
  • Verify that the Unified CM server is installed and configured correctly.
  • You have configured an administrator user on the Unified CM server.
Procedure
    Step 1   Click Add in the Clusters tab.

    The Add Cisco Unified CM Server dialog box appears.

    Step 2   Enter the information described in the table below.
    Field Description
    Host Name/IP Address

    The host name or the IP address of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server.

    Note   

    In a Unified CM cluster, you must add only the publisher node in the License Count Utility application.

    User Name

    The user name of the administrator of the Unified CM server.

    Password

    Password for the administrator.

    Description (Optional)

    A short description of the Unified CM server.

    Step 3   (Optional) To ensure that you can connect to the Unified CM server, click Test Connection.
    Step 4   Click OK to save the details and add the Unified CM server.

    The Warning - Security dialog box appears when you add the Unified CM server for the first time.

    Step 5   Check the Always trust content from this publisher checkbox and click Yes.

    View and change Unified CM server properties

    You can use the Edit dialog box to view and change the Unified CM properties. You can:

    • Modify the user name, password, and description.
    • Test the connection to the Unified CM server
    Procedure
      Step 1   In the Clusters tab, select the Unified CM server
      Step 2   Double-click the Unified CM record in the table or click Edit.

      The Edit dialog box appears.

      Step 3   Modify the required information.
      Step 4   Click OK to save the changes

      Delete a Unified CM server

      Use this procedure to delete a Unified CM server from Cisco Unified Communications Manager License Count Utility.

      Procedure
        Step 1   In the Clusters tab, select the Unified CM server that you want to delete.

        To delete multiple Unified CM servers, press and hold the Ctrl key and click the corresponding rows in the table.

        Step 2   To delete the Unified CM server, click Delete.

        The confirmation message appears.

        Step 3   Click Delete to delete the Unified CM server

        Generate license report

        You can generate and display the license report to monitor and track license information in your inventory.

        Before You Begin

        If you have a large quantity of devices in the inventory, generating report might take some time.

        Procedure
          Step 1   In the Clusters tab, check Include in Report check box for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager servers that you want to include in the license report.
          Step 2   Click Generate Report to generate the new report.

          Clusters tab

          The following table describes the settings on the Clusters tab.

          Table 1  Settings on the Clusters tab

          Setting

          Description

          Add

          To add a new record, click Add.

          Edit

          To make changes to a record, click Edit.

          Delete

          To delete the record from the database, click Delete. A message warns that you are deleting the record.

          Generate Report

          To generate the license report, click Generate Report.

           

          Hostname/IP Address

          The IP address or the hostname of the Unified CM server

          Description

          Term to describe the Unified CM server

          Version (Last Known)

          Version of the Unified CM software.

          Last Connection Status

          The connections status of the Unified CM server.

          Include in Report

          Check this check box if you want the license report to include the Unified CM server.