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Old 10-03-2017, 07:49 AM
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Default IP Office One X Portal

Currently i have a pal-app-12.04.0053-1.i386.rpm which is labeled IP Office One X Portal from a former employee. I need to run this disc on a server but it wont allow me to do so even if I go through the BIOS and change the boot order. Is there a download for this program or do i need to install a bootloader for the system in order for this RPM to work ?
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Old 10-03-2017, 11:39 AM
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Very unlikely it will run, the one-X Portal for IP Office rpm is just one component from the IP Office Server Edition and IP Office Application Server installations.

If you have an IP500 V2 system, then you need to read up on the IP Office Application Server (which runs the Linux version of one-X Portal and Voicemail Pro). The full ISO package for installation can be downloaded from the IP Office support pages on support.avaya.com.

If you have IP Office Server Edition then you already have one-X Portal on the server.
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