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comment Accept calls on external cell phones - FreePBX Distro
Checked w/in the gui and none of these are set.
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comment Accept calls on external cell phones - FreePBX Distro
OK, so after more testing I found part of it. It DOES confirm calls, so it's not the particular phone. EDIT: It confirms calls ONLY when the "Destination if no answer" is set to Hangup and not if that's set to move on to the next guy's cell phone (next ring group) Also, I had it working this way, and simply changed the name of the ring group and reloaded Asterisk and it killed it. Tried recreating ring group, and as long as you don't change anything it works, but even a minor change kills it even if you change back. So somewhere, somehow, the GUI is lying or duplicating to error.
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comment Accept calls on external cell phones - FreePBX Distro
I don't think we have any way around having that many ring groups. It was set up by a previous guy, so I don't know what the function of "Pause" is, but other than that, we want the following to occur: 1. Ring office reception desk, 2. Ring support (not "important" people) phones 3. Ring ALL phones (in case support is busy with a call), 4. Ring cell phone of IT guy (in case everyone's out of office) 5. Ring IT guy #2 (in case IT guy is busy) 6. Voicemail. WE have people working here all hours, so how else would I accomplish what we want? Thanks for the reply!
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comment Windows 7 accounts on a 2008r2 DC keep getting locked out randomly
We confirmed that when the user changes their password on the domain to the same as the one on hosted exchange, then the bad password attempts stop happening.
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comment Windows 7 accounts on a 2008r2 DC keep getting locked out randomly
It is Outlook. I had a user open and close just this program, and it took a couple seconds to connect to the server, and then when I ran Lockoutstatus (from Account Lockout Tools), every "bad password" coincided with the exact time that he opened Outlook. It was between 3 and 5 "bad attempts" per opening, though, not just one. We use Rackspace Hosted Exchange 2010, though. We DO use the same firstname.lastname@notrealdomain.com as we do for logins on our domain controller. So, I'm matt.hughes@notrealdomain.com and I also logon to our DC as matt.hughes