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  1. I'm not sure you can instantiate the others as object? Have you tried changing the emulation mode? IIRC it defaults to IE7 compatibility. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/internet-explorer/ie-developer/general-info/ee330730(v=vs.85)
  2. You should see it if you search the IPPBXSRV log
  3. Technically it's possible. There are some limits on how many subscriptions you can have for each user, but I can't for the life of me remember what they were (five registrations?). They however won't be able to dial a specific terminal. Also there is/was a technical limitation that you could only have one SwyxIt! registration active at a time over remote connector. On the other hand, I'm not sure you are allowed to have multiple user share the same license. You'll need to read the small print to figure that out.
  4. Sorry that I don't speak you language, but check if Windows has saved credentials for the server on the client (Control Panel => Credential Manager => Windows Credentials). You should see in the SwyxxIt! log something like 11 09:50:30.546 003e0c Warn ClientCDS 0399045C 00000000 ClientCDS::SetLastError System () cds system exception: The caller was not authenticated by the service. stack: at SWConfigDataClientLib.Proxies.PhoneClient.PhoneClientFacade.CheckVersion() at SConfigStore.SPhoneClient.CMPhoneClientFacade.CheckClientVersion(CMPhoneClientFacade* ) source: ClientCDS::Connect
  5. You are getting the voice machine in "early media" from upstream, while the Swyx server is sending a generated ringing tone from the server to the client. Not sure if and how you can fix that, but I guess the official answer would be to upgrade to SW 11.
  6. If you change the skin in your client, do you get an error?
  7. Should be easy enough to do with PowerShell. If you put the new scheme into a csv file with the format Name,Internal,External Joe,100,+123-456100 Bob,101,+123-456101 Then you should be able to use the following: $users = import-csv file.csv foreach ($user in $users) { $userentry = get-ippbxuser -Username $user.Name get-ippbxpublicnumber -User $userentry|remove-ippbxpublicnumber get-ippbxinternalnumber -User $userentry| remove-ippbxinternalnumber new-ippbxinternalnumber -Internalnumber $user.Internal|add-ippbxinternalnumbertouser -userentry $userentry new-ippbxpublicnumber -Publicnumber $user.External | add-ippbxpublicnumber -InternalNumber $user.Internal } Note, I haven't tested this but it should be close.
  8. Hey Tom! Unfortunately the download file has gone
  9. One way would be to us postdialingdigits. If for example: 100 - ECR user 101 - telephonists Then you would transfer the call to 100101, and after reading the DTMF you can then transfer the call to PBXCall.PostDialingDigits
  10. Take a look at the following post: http://archive-swyx-forum.com/community/Forums/tabid/54/forumid/25/postid/7179/scope/posts/Default.aspx#.VuB-vJyLTWI
  11. I've seen similar things happen where srtp/mikey fails. Try disabling encryption. If that solves the issue, then you will need to investigate why the mikey exchange fails.
  12. Sure Try Get-IpPbxSpeedDialKey -UserName "James Bond" | Where-Object {$_.Id -lt 100} | Sort-Object label | Update-IpPbxSpeedDialKey -UserName "James Bond" Not sure what happens to the other SDKs. Worst case, you'll have omit the last piped command and save the result to a variable, and then iterate over and insert them in the correct position.
  13. Use PowerShell Luke! Something along the lines of: Get-IpPbxSpeedDialKey -UserName "James Bond" | Where-Object {$_.Label -ne "-" -and $_.Label.Length -gt 0} | Sort-Object label | Update-IpPbxSpeedDialKey -UserName "James Bond"
  14. update-ippbxuser -userentry $user Should be update-ippbxuser -userentry $user
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