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Cisco IP Telephony Operating System 2000.2.4 Release Notes

Contents

Locating Related Documentation

Important Notes

Resolved Caveats

Known Caveats

Obtaining Information about Additional Caveats

Obtaining Documentation

Cisco.com

Documentation CD-ROM

Ordering Documentation

Documentation Feedback

Obtaining Technical Assistance

Cisco.com

Technical Assistance Center

Cisco TAC Website

Cisco TAC Escalation Center

Obtaining Additional Publications and Information


Cisco IP Telephony Operating System 2000.2.4 Release Notes


This documents provides release notes for Cisco-provided operating system 2000.2.4, which supports Cisco CallManager, Cisco Customer Response Solutions/Applications, Cisco Conference Connection, Cisco Emergency Responder, and Cisco Personal Assistant.

Contents

This release notes document contains information on the following topics:

Resolved Caveats

Known Caveats

Obtaining Information about Additional Caveats

Locating Related Documentation

Use these release notes in conjunction with the following documents:

Installing the Operating System on the Cisco IP Telephony Applications Server

This document provides information on installing/upgrading the operating system and applying software updates.

Cisco IP Telephony Operating System, SQL Server, Security Updates

This document provides information for tracking Cisco-supported operating system, SQL Server, and security files that are available for web download.

The readme document that posts on the web next to the operating system upgrade

This document provides a list of changes from the last release and additional information on the operating system.

To obtain these documents, click the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/iptel_os/index.htm

Important Notes

To increase system performance on a Cisco CallManager server with four drives, you can configure service parameters and trace output settings, so that trace files write to the drive labeled "Trace" instead of the default C: drive. Using the trace drive allows you to capture more trace files because this drive is set up specifically for trace file collection.

After you install Cisco CallManager, use the following procedure to set the Trace Directory Path field to the trace drive.


Note Before you replace a Cisco CallManager server, set the Trace Directory Path field to the default C: drive location.


Procedure


Step 1 Determine which drive is labeled "Trace" by double-clicking My Computer.

Step 2 In Cisco CallManager Administration, choose Application > Cisco CallManager Serviceability.

The Cisco CallManager Serviceability window displays.

Step 3 Choose Trace > Configuration.

Step 4 From the Server pane on the left side of the Trace Configuration window, click the server name or IP address of the four-disk drive server.

Step 5 Click the Cisco CallManager service.

The Trace Configuration window for the service and server displays.

Step 6 In the upper, right corner of the window, click the SDL Configuration link.

Step 7 In the Trace Directory Path field under Trace Output Settings, change the default from the C: drive to the drive letter of the trace drive.

Step 8 Click Update.

Step 9 Perform this procedure on all servers with four disk drives in the cluster.


Resolved Caveats

Table 1 describes the resolved caveats for this version of the operating system

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Table 1 Resolved Caveats 

Identifier
Headline

CSCdz14910

You cannot upgrade from Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 to Service Pack 3.

CSCdy35306

Operating system version does not display correctly in stiver.exe.

CSCdy36528

Operating system upgrade does not correct IUSR_ and IWAM_ users on the MCS-7815-1000.

CSCdy86509

Applying win-OS-upgrade-2000-2.3 to a PC where Cisco Unity is installed causes problems.

CSCdy88982

DHCP error code 0x80070424 occurs during operating system upgrade.

CSCdz22918

Phase 3 of operating system upgrade 2000.2.3 does not execute.

CSCdz84991

Missing IIS help files causes W3SVC errors in Event Viewer.

CSCdz42076

After Cisco CallManager installation/upgrade, Perflib Error - Event ID: 1010 - winspool.drv occurs.

CSCdy83733

When you join a domain during the installation, you cannot specify domain for username.

CSCdy65561

At the Welcome window, a delay occurs. Double-clicking Next causes problems.

CSCdy63918

Entering new password twice is required.

CSCdz64047

Stiver.exe should export to text file.


Known Caveats

Table 2 provides a list of known caveats and workarounds.

Table 2 Known Caveats 

Identifier
Headline
Summary

CSCdy12935

Object ID (OID) values about CPU utilization always return -1 with Cisco CallManager 3.2.

On Cisco Media Convergence Servers that run Cisco CallManager 3.2, CPU utilization OID requests do not return the proper value when a query occurs with a MIB browser.

Workaround: Restart Compaq Foundation Agent service every time after you reboot Cisco Media Convergence Servers that run Cisco CallManager Release 3.2.

CSCdy18489

During a recovery, a message displays that Config file is not found.

This message displays if you are performing an operating system installation of 2000.2.3 and you choose the Same Server Recovery option. During the Windows 2000 setup at the end of the operating system installation, a message displays that the network configuration file is not found.

Workaround: Click OK and enter the server configuration information. After you enter the server configuration information, the installation will finish.

CSCea47474

Error #1810 displays on IBM X340 & X342 server when you use the server-specific Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Installation and Recovery Disk for operating system 2000.2.4.

If you choose Same Server Recovery during the operating system 2000.2.4 installation, error #1810 (Image file could not be opened) displays if you are using Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Installation and Recovery Disk for operating system 2000.2.4. The server ejects the disk.

Workaround: Reboot the system. Insert the hardware detection disk, and choose the New Installation and Server Replacement option. You can then load Cisco IP Telephony Server Operating System Installation and Recovery Disk without errors.

CSCea43309

After the operating system installation 2000.2.4, passwords remain blank if you install Cisco CallManager 3.0(12) or 3.1(3a).

At the end of the Cisco CallManager 3.0(12) or 3.1(3a) installation, you should receive a prompt to enter a local Administrator password and sa password. After you reboot the server, the passwords remain blank, and the system behaves as expected.

Workaround: If you create the sti directory on the C: drive before you install Cisco CallManager version 3.0.(12) or 3.1.(3a), the install completes successfully. Perform the following procedure to create the directory:

1. Choose Start > Run.

2. Enter cmd; click OK

3. Enter md c:\sti

4. Press Enter.

5. Close the Command window.

Note If the directory is not added before the installation, reinstall Cisco CallManager 3.0(12) or 3.1(3a). These versions of Cisco CallManager add a c:\sti directory, so the second installation proves successful.

CSCdw52774

User page in Cisco CallManager Administration encounters timeout error when you apply Internet Explorer patch.

When you apply Internet Explorer update patch Q313675 for Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0, all ASP cookies are blocked if the server name uses non-DNS supported characters.

Workaround: Before new Cisco CallManager installations, make sure that the server name uses the following supported characters: all letters ([A-Z], [a-z]), numbers (0-9), and hyphens (-) only. Special characters such as underscores (_) and periods (.), etc. are not allowed.

If the server name uses invalid DNS characters, use the IP Address when you browse into the server.


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