Configuring Self-Provisioning for End Users in Cisco UCM

Self-Provisioning for End Users


Which task is required when configuring self-provisioning for an end user in Cisco UCM?



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A. B. C. D.


When configuring self-provisioning for an end user in Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM), the task that is required is to enable Auto-Registration. Therefore, option B is the correct answer.

Enabling Auto-Registration allows end users to create their own devices and associate them with their user account in Cisco UCM. This feature simplifies device provisioning by allowing end users to perform the device registration process themselves, without requiring the intervention of an administrator.

To enable Auto-Registration, you must first configure the Auto-Registration Phone Protocol, which determines the type of device that can be auto-registered. Once the Auto-Registration Phone Protocol is configured, you can then enable Auto-Registration for a specific device pool or for the entire cluster.

In addition to enabling Auto-Registration, there are other tasks that must be completed when configuring self-provisioning for an end user in Cisco UCM. These include:

  • Configuring the appropriate device and line templates for the devices that end users will be registering.
  • Configuring the end user's device permissions to allow them to register their own devices.
  • Providing end users with instructions on how to register their devices using the Cisco Self Care Portal or the Bulk Administration Tool (BAT).

Associating the end user to a SIP Profile (option A) or to the Standard CCM Super Users group (option D) are not required tasks for configuring self-provisioning in Cisco UCM. Disabling Auto-Registration (option C) would prevent end users from registering their own devices and is therefore not the correct answer.