In the time I’ve been administering CM, I’ve used Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X – all as my primary desktop operating system. On Windows, I mostly used Avaya Site Admin (ASA), in either interface mode (GEDI or Emulation). That was fine, when I used only Windows, and only ever needed to administer CM from stations where ASA was installed. I fairly quickly tired of using RDP (to connect to a Windows machine that had ASA installed) or a VM (to run a Windows VM that had ASA installed on a desktop without either Windows or ASA).

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Andrew Stemen

IT Generalist

General IT Consultant

Ohio, USA