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When do you plan to have a version tested on Mac OS Sierra? We had to abort upgrade to Mac OS Sierra and roll back to El Capitan back in November because we couldn't get the Vodia PBX to work on it. Can't recall detail of issues, but I know that System Integrity Protection (SIP) caused installation problems with a number of other software packages.
PBX is installed on SBS2003 [which is 32bit] Installation of 5.2.1 or 5.2.2 proceeds normally, but fails to startup. I find that the service is stopped, and it will not manually start (it 'times out'). When I replace the .EXE with the original 5.1.3 file, the PBX will then start and run. I suspect (but I have no way to prove) that the URL update strategy only loads a 64bit image. Here are the file sizes (as shown by Windows Explorer): >5.2.2 5,498,880 >5.2.1 5,454,336 >5.1.3 7,493,680 Note how much smaller the 5.2.n files are. I can't find any way to directly install a 64bit image, because it can't be downloaded; only a fresh install will provide that image, and would wipe out this one. [bTW: I have never been able to run two Vitelity DIDs at the same time. I was able to kludge the PBX to run one DID by splitting inbound and output into two different trunks. But whenever I add a second DID [either as a single or a split trunk], the other trunk fails to handle inbound or outbound calls-- even though the GUI shows no registration issues. I've more or less given up; I've spent a huge amount of time--and provisioned two trunks for Vodia to test.] What do I do? Dave