Go to the following location in the registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Cisco Systems, Inc/Unified Communications/
CUPC does not exist under Unified Communications, right-click on Unified Communications and choose and create the
In the Value data field, enter up to three lines in the following format:
Label, icon1.png, filename1.html, True
Label is the title for the HTML page that you want to appear in the
Cisco Unified Personal Communicator window. Keep the labels short as long labels will be truncated.
icon1.jpg is the location and filename of the icon that you want to use with the label for the HTML page. The supported formats are PNG (recommended), JPG, GIF, and BMP. The recommended icon size is 24x24 pixels. Any icons that are larger than this size are scaled to size.
filename1.html is the page that you want to display. This can be a local file or a link to an external URL.
True can be true or false to indicate if the HTML page is automatically refreshed each time you click on the icon. This value is optional and if not specified, a value of false is assumed.
Cisco, C:\images\icon1.png, http://www.cisco.com, true
Products, \\web\images\icon2.png, \\web\content\products.html, true
Pricing, \\web\images\icon3.png, \\web\content\pricing.html, false
Some particular notes about this feature are:
If the icon is not valid, it is replaced by a default icon.
If the HTML content is not valid, the item is not displayed in the
Cisco Unified Personal Communicator main window.
If there are problems accessing the HTML content (for example, network connection issues) and you specified True in the registry value to refresh the content every time you click on the icon, the page is not displayed. If you specified False, not to refresh the content each time you click on the icon, the previously-cached content is displayed.