This chapter provides information about using
Cisco Unified Communications ManagerBulk Administration Tool to add CAPF Profiles to the existing end users in the
Cisco Unified Communications Manager database.
You can delete end user CAPF profiles from the
Cisco Unified Communications Manager database using a custom file.
Before You Begin
Before you can delete an end user CAPF profile from
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, you must perform the following
Create a text file that lists each end user CAPF profile that you
want to delete on a separate line.
Upload the custom file
with the first node of the
Cisco Unified Communications Manager server.
Do not use the insert or export transaction files that are created
with bat.xlt for the delete transaction. Instead, create a custom file with
details of the end user CAPF profile records that need to be deleted. Use only
this file for the delete transaction. The custom delete file does not require a
header and you can enter values for the you can enter values for the Instance
ID or End User ID.
Administration > Users > End User CAPF
Profile > Delete End User CAPF
Delete End User CAPF Profile Configuration
Delete End User CAPF Profile where End User ID/ Instance
ID in custom file drop-down list box, choose the file that you
uploaded for deleting end user CAPF profile.
The Job Information section displays along with the selected end
user CAPF profile.
You can choose to run the job immediately or later by selecting
the corresponding radio buttons.
Submit to create a job for deleting the End
User CAPF Profile.
A message in the Status section lets you know that the job
was submitted successfully.
Use the Job Scheduler option in the
Bulk Administration main menu to schedule and/or
activate this job.
BAT spreadsheet end user CAPF profile field descriptions
The following table describes the fields that display when
you are inserting, deleting, or exporting an end user CAPF profile.
In the BAT user interface, field names that have an asterisk
require an entry. Treat fields that do not have an asterisk as optional.
Table 1 Field descriptions for an end user CAPF profile in BAT
End User ID
Enter the end user User ID.
Enter 1-128 alphanumeric characters (a through z, A, through
Z, and 0 through 9). The Instance ID identifies the user for the certificate
Enter one of the following options:
Operation—Displays when no certificate operation is occurring. This is the
default setting for certificate operation.
Install/Upgrade—Installs a new or
upgrades an existing locally significant certificate for the application.
The authentication mode for the Install/Upgrade certificate
"By Authentication String," which means that CAPF
installs, upgrades, or troubleshoots a locally significant certificate only
when the user/administrator enters the CAPF authentication string in the
JTAPI/TSP Preferences window.
Enter a numeric string that contains between 4 and 10 digits.
Key Size (bits)
Enter the key size for the certificate. The default setting
specifies 1024. Other options include 512 and 2048.
Operation Completes by
This field, which supports all certificate operations,
specifies the date and time by which you must complete the operation.