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Cisco Unified CCX Administration Guide, Release 8.5(1)Cisco Unified Contact Center Express and Cisco Unified IP IVR February 2011

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CONTENTSPreface i Audience 1-ii Organization 1-ii Glossary 1-v Conventions 1-vi Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request 1-vii1

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Unified CCX: Overview1

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Introducing Unified CCX 1-1 About the Unified CCX Components 1-1 The Unified CCX Product Family 1-4 Unified IP IVR 1-4 Unified Contact Center Express 1-5 About Unified CCX Cluster Architecture 1-6 About Unified CCX Active Server 1-7 About Unified CCX Engine 1-8 Setting Up Unified CCX 1-10 Provisioning Telephony and Media Subsystems 1-11 Provisioning Unified CCX Subsystems 1-12 Provisioning the Unified CCX Subsystem 1-12 Provisioning Additional Unified CCX Subsystems 1-13 Viewing License Information 1-14

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Uploading Licenses 1-15 Configuring Unified CCX Applications 1-16 Available Applications 1-16 Managing Scripts, Prompts, Grammars, and Documents 1-17 Configuring Unified CCX Historical Reporting 1-17 Running and Managing Unified CCX 1-18 Where To Go From Here? 1-182

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Introduction to Unified CCX Administration Web Interface 2-1 Accessing Unified CCX Administration Web Interface 2-2 Cisco Unified CCX Administration Menu Bar and Menus 2-3 Navigating the Cisco Unified CCX Administration Application 2-4 Unified CCX Configuration Web Pages 2-6 Displaying Details for Advanced Configuration 2-7 Using Tool Bar and Buttons 2-7 Using Configuration Wizards 2-8

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Unified CCX: Configuration3

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Unified CCX Provisioning Checklist 3-1 About Unified CCX 3-2 Unified CCX Provisioning Checklist 3-3 Changing the Licensing Packages 3-5

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Provisioning Unified CM for Unified CCX 4-1 Configuring Unified CM Information 4-2 Modifying Cluster Information from Unified CCX 4-2 Displaying Unified CM Cluster Nodes in Unified CCX 4-4

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Selecting Server for Unified CM Configuration (displayed only in a HA over WAN deployment) 4-5 Modifying AXL Information 4-5 Modifying Unified CM Telephony Information 4-8 Modifying RmCm Provider Information 4-10 Configuring Unified CM for Unified CCX 4-12 Invoking Unified CM Administration 4-13 Defining Unified CM Users as Agents 4-13 Guidelines for Configuring Agent Phones 4-14 Assigning Unified CM Users as Cisco TelePresence Virtual Agents 4-16 Assigning Unified CM Users as Unified CCX Agents 4-18 Configuring Tool for Auto-Registered Phones Support (TAPS) 4-225

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Provisioning Unified CCX for Unified CME 5-1 Introducing Unified CME for Unified CCX 5-1 Guidelines 5-2 Supported Features 5-3 Interoperability between Unified CCX and Unified CME 5-4 Verifying Licenses 5-5 Modifying Unified CME Information from Unified CCX 5-5 Configuring the AXL User in Unified CCX 5-6 Provisioning Unified CME Telephony Subsystem 5-7 Validating Unified CME and Unified CCX Data 5-8 Configuring a Unified CME Telephony Provider 5-9 Modifying Unified CME Telephony Call Control Group 5-10 Adding or Modifying a Unified CME Telephony Trigger 5-11 Managing Unified CCX Users 5-14 Assigning Capability Views to Unified CCX Users in a Unified CME Deployment 5-15

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Creating New Unified CCX Users in a Unified CME Deployment 5-15 Changing Passwords and Pins 5-17 Identifying Agent Directory Numbers 5-186

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Configuring Cisco Applications 6-1 About Unified CCX Applications 6-1 Configuring Script Applications 6-2 Configuring Busy Application 6-7 Configuring Ring-No-Answer Application 6-9 Configuring Unified ICME Post-Routing Application 6-11 Configuring Unified ICME Translation-Routing Application 6-14 Configuring Remote Monitoring Application 6-16 Adding Application Triggers 6-18 Adding a Unified CM/Unified CME Telephony Trigger 6-19 Adding Unified CM/Unified CME Telephony Triggers from an Application Web Page 6-20 Adding Unified CM/Unified CME Telephony Triggers from Unified CCX 6-21 Adding an HTTP Trigger 6-21 Adding HTTP Triggers from an Application Web Page 6-22 Adding HTTP Triggers from the HTTP Subsystem 6-24 Managing Scripts 6-25 Uploading New Scripts 6-26 Viewing or Downloading a Script File 6-28 Refreshing Scripts 6-30 Individual Script Refresh 6-30 Bulk Script Refresh 6-31 Renaming a Script or Folder 6-32 Deleting a Script or Folder 6-33 Sample Scripts 6-34Cisco Unified CCX Administration Guide, Release 8.5(1)

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Provisioning Telephony and Media 7-1 About Unified CCX Telephony and Media 7-1 Media Termination Groups 7-2 Provisioning Channels to Handle Calls 7-3 Telephony and Media Resources Provisioning Checklist 7-4 Provisioning Unified CM Telephony Subsystem 7-5 Resynchronizing Cisco JTAPI Client 7-6 Resynchronizing Unified CM Telephony Data 7-7 Configuring a Unified CM Telephony Provider 7-7 Adding a New Unified CM Telephony Call Control Group 7-9 Adding a Unified CM Telephony Trigger 7-16 Additional Unified CM Telephony Information 7-22 Provisioning Unified CM Telephony Triggers for Unified CCX Queuing 7-22 Resynchronizing Unified CM Telephony Information 7-22 Unified CM Telephony Provider Migration 7-23 Provisioning Cisco Media Subsystem 7-24 Adding a CMT Dialog Control Group 7-25 Provisioning ASR and TTS in Unified CCX 7-26 Before You Provision ASR/TTS 7-27 Provisioning MRCP ASR Subsystem 7-28 Provisioning MRCP ASR Providers 7-28 Provisioning MRCP ASR Servers 7-30 Provisioning MRCP ASR Dialog Groups 7-32 Provisioning MRCP TTS Subsystem 7-35 Provisioning MRCP TTS Providers 7-36 Provisioning MRCP TTS Servers 7-38 Provisioning MRCP TTS Default Genders 7-40

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Provisioning Unified CCX 8-1 Configuring RmCm Provider 8-2 Modifying RmCm Provider 8-2 Associating Agent Extensions with the RmCm Provider 8-3 Configuring Resource Groups 8-4 Creating a Resource Group 8-4 Modifying an Existing Resource Group Name 8-5 Deleting a Resource Group 8-6 Configuring Skills 8-7 Creating a Skill 8-7 Modifying an Existing Skill Name 8-8 Deleting a Skill 8-9 Configuring Agents 8-10 Implications of Deleting Agents in Unified CM 8-11 Assigning Resource Groups and Skills to One Agent 8-12 Assigning Resource Groups and Skills to Multiple Agents 8-14 Removing Skills from Agents 8-16 Configuring Contact Service Queues 8-17 Creating a CSQ 8-18 Modifying an Existing CSQ 8-24 Deleting a CSQ 8-25 Resource Pool Selection Criteria: Skills and Groups 8-26 Resource Skill Selection Criteria Within a CSQ 8-28 Configuring and Using Remote Monitoring 8-30 Creating a Remote Monitoring Supervisor 8-31 Assigning Resources and CSQs to a Supervisor 8-32 Configuring Agent-Based Routing 8-34 Wrap-Up Data Usage 8-35 Configuring Teams 8-35Cisco Unified CCX Administration Guide, Release 8.5(1)

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Creating a Team Supervisor 8-36 Creating Teams 8-37 Modifying Agents on Teams 8-39 Deleting a Team 8-39 Unified Gateway Auto-Configuration Details 8-409

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Provisioning Additional Subsystems 9-1 About Additional Subsystems 9-2 Provisioning Unified ICME Subsystem 9-3 Configuring General Unified ICME Information 9-4 Configuring Unified ICME VRU Scripts 9-7 Provisioning HTTP Subs

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