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Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Overview
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning provides provisioning for Cisco Unified Communications initial deployments and implementations. It remains deployed to provide ongoing operational provisioning and activation services for individual subscriber changes.
See Cisco Prime Collaboration 12.X Data Sheet for further details. You can download the image from the Cisco Prime Collaboration software download site.
You can deploy OVAs on VMWare hosts running ESXi 6.0 and ESXi 6.5. The vSphere thick client is not available anymore. Hence, if you are using ESXi 6.5 for deployment with the thin client, you need to use the OVA where the file name specifies 'With ESXi 6.5 using Web client'.
These release notes contain the following sections:
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New Features and Changed Features
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4 supports the following new features:
Support for the Smart Licensing feature.
Support authentication for NTP server
Enhancement in the password policy
Enhanced the following rules by enabling them to Business Rule Descriptions randomly generated password during deployment of he application:
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Bugs
For more information on a specific bug or to search all bugs in a specific Prime Collaboration release, see Using the Bug Search Tool.
This section contains the following information:
Open BugsThe following table lists the open bugs in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4:
Table 1 Open Bugs in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4
UnManaged Endpoint Search is not functioning.
User deletion does not work first time.
Unable to add Unity Connection subscriber.
Using the Bug Search ToolUse the Bug Search tool to search for a specific bug or to search for all bugs in a release.
- At the Log In screen, enter your registered Cisco.com username and password; then, click Log In. The Bug Search page opens.
If you do not have a Cisco.com username and password, you can register for them at http://tools.cisco.com/RPF/register/register.do
To search for a specific bug, enter the bug ID in the Search For field and press Return.
- To search for bugs in the current release:
In the Search For field, enter Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4 and press Return. (Leave the other fields empty.)
- When the search results are displayed, use the filter tools to find the types of bugs you are looking for. You can search for bugs by modified date, status, severity, and so forth.
To export the results to a spreadsheet, click the Export All to Spreadsheet link.
The following documents are available for Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4.
What Is Included
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Release Notes, 12.4
New features, enhancements, limitations, and bugs in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4.
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Install and Upgrade Guide, 12.4
Information on installation and upgrade procedures for Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.x.Procedure for
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Guide -Standard and Advanced, 12.3
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Guide - Standard and Advanced, 12.4
Information on new and existing features in Prime Collaboration Provisioning 11.0, 11.1, 11.2, 11.5, 11.6, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, and 12.4.
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.x Northbound Interface Guide
Information on the Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning northbound interfaces, and how to use them. This document is applicable for Prime Collaboration Provisioning 11.1, 11.2, 11.5, 11.6, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, and 12.4.
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4 Open Source
Lists of licenses and notices for open source software used in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4.
Devices supported by Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4.
Maximum capacity of Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning 12.4 when it is installed on a system that meets the virtual machine requirements.
Ports required for Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning servers to communicate with the devices and applications.
Time zones supported by Cisco Prime Collaboration.
Information on how to configure devices on the network before you can manage them in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning.
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Accessibility Features in Cisco Prime Collaboration
All product documents are accessible except for images, graphics, and some charts. If you would like to receive the product documentation in audio format, braille, or large print, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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