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Old 05-22-2011, 11:18 PM
jarvej jarvej is offline
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Default One-X Communicator R6 and C++ problems

I have huge problems with one customer. Customer is engineering company and they use all kind of environment variables for C++. Users use mostly One-X Communicators and I get lots of requests for One-X Communicator not working and/or not install at all. Installing is gone around by uninstalling ALL C++ versions, install one within One-X Communicator package and then install what they need for they business. Other problem where One-X Communicator stops working I haven’t found solution yet. Both problems cause lots of unnecessary work and I hope someone knows how could be solved nice and quick way. Operating systems are mostly Windows 7 64bit.

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Old 06-24-2011, 02:15 AM
kajgikar kajgikar is offline
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Please open a case with Avaya support for “One-x comm. Not working issue”

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Amol Kajgikar
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