CSE- CallPilot Rls.4.0 Unified Messaging
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You currently have a Meridian 1 PBX with a 200i CallPilot
platform running version 1.06. You need to upgrade
this system to CallPilot RIs. 4.0. Which two procedures
must you perform to upgrade? (Choose two.)
A. You must migrate to a 201i, 702t, or 1002rp system.
B. You must migrate to a 201i, 703t, or 1002rp system.
C. You must upgrade to 2.5 with a minimum SU level
D. You must upgrade to 2.02 with a minimum SU level
Answer: B, D
You are currently running CallPilot RIs. 2.02 on a
200i platform. You must do a platform migration without
losing any existing CallPilot information. Which utilities
are used to accomplish this migration?
A. Update Wizard and Install Wizard
B. Upgrade Wizard and Setup Wizard
C. Migration Wizard and Setup Wizard
D. Backup Wizard and Upgrade Wizard
How can Outlook users remove messages from Outlook
and download message headers from the CallPilot RIs.
4.0 server (refresh their message list)?
A. select F5 from the keyboard
B. log off CallPilot desktop client and log back in
C. select Send/Receive with holding down the Ctrl
and Shift keys
D. select Tools > CallPilot Desktop Messaging Tools
> Refresh Message List
A CallPilot is connected to a Meridian 1 switch. The
CallPilot server diagnostics are indicating a LAN
problem associated with DNS resolution and a duplicate
IP address. Which two commands should be used to determine
the problem? (Choose two.)
Answer: B, C
Your 703t server has started emitting a loud beeping
noise. What should you do to investigate this problem?
A. Reboot your server.
B. Check your anti-virus software for possible infections.
C. Check hardware maintenance through CallPilot Manager.
D. Check the drive status through the Power Console
A CallPilot RIs. 2.0 1002rp server is connected to
a Meridian 1 switch and is being upgraded to CallPilot
RIs. 4.0. The upgrade wizard has finished. The new
CallPilot RIs. 4.0 image now needs to be loaded. The
BIOS upgrade appears to have failed, the BIOS version
is incorrect. Which two items should be verified?
A. the boot device
B. jumper J10 position
C. jumper J11 position
D. the Single Board Computer (SBC) version
Answer: B, C
You have a CallPilot 703t server that does not seem
to be working. While troubleshooting you see that
the System Status LED is a steady amber color. Which
two problems may have occurred? (Choose two.)
A. A fan is faulty.
B. A power fault has occurred.
C. The CPU is not installed or is not functioning.
D. A critical temperature or voltage fault has occurred.
Answer: C, D
A CallPilot server has been recently upgraded from
RIs. 2.0 to RIs. 4.0. An end user wants to continue
to control the "Remember Password" from
their desktop client, but it is grayed out. In CallPilot
RIs. 4.0, where is this now controlled?
A. My CallPilot settings
B. Desktop Messaging Tools
C. Desktop Client parameters
D. User's Class of Service Settings
To avoid backup failure, do not schedule or perform
backups between 3:00 am. to 4:00 a.m. server time.
It a backup is scheduled between 3:00 a.m. and 4:00
am., why will the backup fail?
A. Backup devices are not available.
B. The CallPilot server goes to sleep during this
C. This is the Multimedia File System (MMFS) audit
D. There is a lot of traffic on the network interfering
with the backup.
You have a CallPilot 201i server that is not accepting
any calls. The system stopped working over the weekend
for no apparent reason. While troubleshooting this
problem you see that the HEX display on the server
says FAIL. What does this mean?
A. A minor alarm occurred.
B. A critical alarm has occurred.
C. CallPilot failed the start sequence.
D. An alarm of unknown severity occurred.
Your CallPilot is connected to the switch and you
have NMS enabled. Callers to a remote user are forwarded
to CallPilot and get the default CallPilot greeting.
What should you check to resolve this issue?
A. User Class of Service
B. Local Server Configuration
C. Remote Server Maintenance
D. Satellite Location Configuration