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Old 03-01-2023, 12:30 PM
odonnell7 odonnell7 is offline
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Default PLDS and RTU stations

I'm working on an Avaya client with 20 ACMs and they want to move some RTU (Right to Use) station capacity from one ACM location to another ACM location. Example, one location has 1100 RTU stations and they want to move 200 RTU stations from that ACM location to another ACM location that needs those 200 RTU station. Can they make that change by changing the license in PLDS to move 200 RTU station from one location to the other location?

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Old 03-07-2023, 04:47 AM
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Use Activation>Rehost/Move. Find the licenses on the existing host click Rehost/Move and enter the license host name you want to move to. Choose the licenses and quantities you want to move and complete the transfer. They will get new license files. I believe SAP needs to be updated by Avaya.
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