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The edit domains page seems to have 2 problems with it:

 

1) When you click on "edit" on a domain, none of the info is filled in on the boxes, and nothing actually saves

2) The domain administrators section is missing any fields to fill out

 

(screenshots attached)

 

I've tried this with IE and Chrome - so not a browser issue, and it's also happening on two separate systems I manage.

 

Here's the build info:

Software-Version: 5.2.2 (Win64) Build Date: Apr 4 2014 11:15:44 License Status: Vodia PBX premium 60

These systems just went live, and I need to get local admins configured, so any assistance is greatly appreciated!

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Can you re-upgrade to 5.2.3 once more there is hotfix that was release but I am not sure if it's related to this. I was able to test this here and could not reproduce it.

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Was there a fix for this? I have the same exact issue and I am also on 5.2.2. Please let me know as I cannot just "Upgrade and see". This is a customer's system and I need confirmation that 5.2.3 has resolved this issue. Thank you.

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I have only 1 domain configured. Why would I not be able to EDIT it? I am NOT trying to ADD a domain, just EDIT the current domain that is already configured.

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Yes, that should work. Did you modify any pages (check the html and the webpages folder)? That is a common problem with upgrades that page modifications are conflicting with newer content.

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I am not aware that any pages were modified. The customer does not configure their PBX. How do I resolve this issue? What do I need to look for in the folders you mentioned? I am ONLY trying to accomplish one thing. I need to change the domain's primary name from the host name to its IP address. Thank you.

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