Cisco Jabber for Windows 9.2.4 Release Notes
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Release Information

Release Information

Build Number

The product build number for this release is as follows:

Documentation Resources

Installation and Configuration Guide

The Installation and Configuration Guide contains the following information:
  • System and network requirements
  • Hardware requirements
  • Supported software and devices
  • Information to help you plan your deployment
  • Installation procedures
  • Client configuration requirements and information

Find the Installation and Configuration Guide for each release at http:/​/​​en/​US/​products/​ps12511/​prod_​installation_​guides_​list.html

Server Setup Guide

The Server Setup Guide provides task-based information to help you configure services for the client. This guide is available at http:/​/​​en/​US/​products/​ps12511/​prod_​installation_​guides_​list.html

Licensing Information

Find out what open source libraries and other licensing information at http:/​/​​en/​us/​products/​ps12511/​products_​licensing_​information_​listing.html

New in this Release

Find out what's new in the latest release.

Instant Message Logging Message

In cloud-based deployments, Cisco Jabber now displays the following message to users when you enable IM logging on Cisco WebEx Administration Tool:

All instant messages sent in this session to and from this account, as well as the
initiation and termination of any other communication modes (e.g. voice call, video call)
will be logged and are subject to archival, monitoring, or review and/or disclosure to
someone other than the recipient.

For more information about IM logging with the Cisco WebEx Messenger service, refer to Overview of IM Logging and Archiving at: http:/​/​​webexconnect/​orgadmin/​help/​index.htm?toc.htm?cs_​IM_​Archiving.htm

Call Control with Accessories

Cisco Jabber includes an API that exposes call control functions to third party accessories. This API lets our vendor partners create software plugins that enable their accessories to use the API call control functions in Cisco Jabber.

The accessories API was introduced in Cisco Jabber for Windows version 9.2.0. In versions 9.2.0 to 9.2.3, the accessories API is disabled by default. As of this version, Cisco Jabber for Windows 9.2.4, the accessories API is enabled by default.


You can enable or disable the accessories API with this configuration parameter: EnableAccessoriesManager.

Compatible Third Party Accessories

You can use certain Cisco compatible accessories such as headsets, speakers, keyboards, and audio devices to perform call control actions with Cisco Jabber from the device. For example, with some headsets you can use controls to answer incoming calls, end active calls, mute audio, and place calls on hold.

For a list of devices that are compatible with Cisco Jabber, refer to the Unified Communications Endpoint and Client Accessories site at: http:/​/​​en/​US/​prod/​voicesw/​uc_​endpoints_​accessories.html


You can use certain third party accessories that are not Cisco compatible. However, Cisco cannot guarantee an optimal user experience with such third party accessories. For the best user experience, you should use only Cisco compatible devices with Cisco Jabber.

Install Vendor Plugins

To use compatible accessories with Cisco Jabber, you must do the following:

    Step 1   Download a compatible plugin from the third party vendor site.
    Step 2   Install the plugin separately to Cisco Jabber.

    Plugin Versions
    The following are the minimum plugin versions required for integration with Cisco Jabber:
    • Jabra PC Suite Version 2.12.3655
    • Logitech UC Plugin 1.1.27

    Known Issues with Call Control Accessories

    Logitech UC Keyboard
    As of this release, Cisco Jabber does not provide the following keyboard functions for the Logitech UC keyboard:
    • New voicemail messages
    • Device selector keys as follows:
      • Select handset
      • Select headset
      • Select speakerphone

    Configuration Parameters

    Review all new configuration parameters for this release.

    See the Cisco Jabber for Windows Installation and Configuration Guide for complete details about configuration parameters.

    Parameter Value Description



    Specifies if the client registers as the protocol handler for the tel: URI.

    The client registers as the protocol handler for the tel: URI. This is the default value.


    The client does not register as the protocol handler for the tel: URI.