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Old 12-08-2011, 05:19 PM
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Default Does anyone have SpeechDial running on a Windows based server

I would like to know if anyone has the UK PS SpeechDial product running on a single Windows server (i.e.based on MPS 500 configuration running SIP, Nuance Recogniser 9 and RealSpeak 4.5).

I have had the following major problems:
1. Despite repeated requests for existing configuration information for a Windows based soulution, I have never received this information
2. When I went to install the application, it was looking for Solaris directories
3. The supplied Apache Tomcat installation would not install without "intervention"
4. Had to get file ipcmt.dll file fixed so that the TPM card would load its code correctly
5. perisip dies (most times restarts ok) intermittently - this has never been fixed
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:52 PM
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For those who are interested, Avaya never got the product working under Windows by the end of Nov11 (suggested fix was to go to a Solaris based solution) but the customer wasn't interested so the project was closed.
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