In part 1 of this series I covered the installation of SEFAUtil and how to get it to run. This part will focus on using the tool and what commands can look like.
This two part series of posts is all about SEFAUtil:
- Part 1 – Prerequisites and Installation: Set up a Trusted Application Server and get SEFAUtil to run
- Part 2 – Perform configuration using the tool
SEFAUtil comes with various switches, which allow you to get or make configurations for features like delegate ringing, call forwarding, etc. You can get a list of all available switches by starting the tool without typing a command.…