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Old 02-08-2018, 06:36 AM
ggeerts ggeerts is offline
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Hello all,

I am want to rollout OneX Communicator (latest version) to multiple users ( on windows 10 ) and have a question.

The install itself with the msi-file works fine but is it possible to distribute certain settings like the signalprotocol and CM server address without using the xml-files?
Is there a registry entry perhaps ( did not find it though ).
We're using H.323 and OneX defaults to SIP.
I discovered that I need to copy the config.xml file for example to the roaming folder of the user and that's not what we like to do.

OurCM is 6.3 and stations are setup to use softphone.
We do not have a oneX server.

Any suggestions?


Last edited by ggeerts; 03-01-2018 at 02:15 AM. Reason: Solution. Included user specific files in custom made MSI file
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