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The primary method for server management is through its Web Manager menus. For details of using Web Manager refer to separate IP Office Web Manager documentation.

Through Web Manager you can perform the following actions. Note that access to some functions depends on the security rights of the account used to login to Web Manager.

Backup Applications
You can configure backups of the server applications to a remote server. These backups can use a variety of protocols (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SFTP, SCP). In addition to selecting the application services included in a backup, you can schedule backups.

Restore Previous Backups
You can use control the restoration of a previous backups.

Upgrade the Server
You can use the menus to upload a new ISO image and then use that image file to upgrade the server.

Launch Other Applications
You can launch the other administrator applications used by the server or the applications it runs:

IP Office Manager
If installed on the user PC, Web Manager can launch IP Office Manager.

Voicemail Pro Client
If installed on the user PC, Web Manager can launch the voicemail client to allow configuration of the voicemail server and editing of voicemail call flows.

one-X Portal for IP Office
You can access the administration menus for the one-X Portal for IP Office service from within Web Manager.

System Status Application
You can start System Status Application without needing to install it on the user PC.

Web Control
You can access the server's web control menus through Web Manager.

Configure Voicemail Server Preferences
For server's running the Voicemail Pro service, you can set the voicemail server preferences using Web Manager.

Security User
Web Manager can configure the security privileges of IP Office service user accounts.

File Management
Web Manager can upload files to the server. This includes the uploading of custom voicemail prompts.



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