Your system memory must meet the following requirements:
A minimum of 24MB of free memory for start up operation
Must be able to correctly parse a 2MB log file
Virtual (swapable) memory must not be lower than the value recommended by Microsoft Windows, if your system has less than 512MB of physical memory.
Your system must run one of the following platforms (the platform must support the Sun Microsystems Java runtime environment):
Red Hat Linux version 9 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3.0
Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows 2003
Microsoft Windows 2000 (including Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Professional, and Windows 2000 Server)
Microsoft Windows XP
You must install Cisco VLT on a machine other than your Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. Cisco VLT can use significant system CPU and memory resources and, if installed on the same machine, might impact Cisco Unified Communications Manager performance.
Cisco VLT Software
Follow this procedure to download Cisco VLT software and
install it on a writable partition.
Although earlier versions may be listed on the website, you can
download only the latest version. You cannot upgrade from a previous version;
you must do a clean install of the latest version, during which you are
prompted to manually uninstall any earlier version.
Choose the version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager you need
to download Cisco VLT.
Choose Voice Log Translator (VLT) Software.
The linux or windows installer can be chosen for download.
Confirm the location of the executable file. The default location
(which can be changed) is as follows:
Windows: C:\Program Files\Cisco\VLT
Choose the installation type:
A standalone system can run as a plug-in. A plug-in system
cannot run as a standalone.
Create a folder to store trace log message files. This folder must
be on the same physical or logical network drive or on a network neighborhood
path, such as \\server-name\folder-name\log-file-name. It cannot be a URL.