This document describes how to update the license count for Cisco Customer Response Solutions (CRS) Version 4 in a Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) Express environment.
Note: If the licenses you add include new features to the Cisco CRS system or change the LDAP directory type Cisco CRS uses, you must reinstall Cisco CRS.
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The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco CallManager version 4.1
Cisco IPCC Express version 4.x
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Complete these steps in order to modify the license count for CRS version 4:
Purchase a new license from Cisco.
Log into the CRS Administration page.
Select System > Control Center from the menu bar (see Figure 1).Figure 1 – System > Control Center
The Control Center page appears (see Figure 2).Figure 2 – The Control Center Page
Click License Information.
The License Information page appears (see Figure 3).Figure 3 – License Information
Click Add License(s).
The License Information page displays the Add License(s) fields.Figure 4 – Add License
Click Browse (see arrow A in Figure 4).
Locate the license file.
If you want to add a single license file, specify the path to the relevant .lic file. If you want to add multiple license files, you can upload each .lic file, one at a time. Alternatively, you can create a .zip file that contains all the files, and upload a single .zip file (see arrow B in Figure 4).
Note: If you use a .zip file, remember that the system uploads only the files in the root of the .zip file.
Click Upload to load the new license file (see arrow C in Figure 4).
If the license loads successfully, this message appears (see arrow A in Figure 5):
License file uploaded to the server successfully.
Click Display License(s) to verify the license information (see arrow B in Figure 5).
The Configured Licenses section displays the license information (see Figure 6).Figure 6 – License Information
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