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Genesys Administrator Extension Deployment Guide
Welcome to the Genesys Administrator Extension Deployment Guide. This document describes the deployment, starting and stopping, and troubleshooting procedures that are relevant to Genesys Administrator Extension.
About Genesys Administrator Extension
Genesys Administrator Extension (GAX), part of the Genesys Framework, is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that provides advanced administrative and operational functionality that is targeted to Hosted Service Providers as well as Enterprise customers. In brief, you can find the following information in this guide:
- How to deploy Genesys Administrator Extension.
- How to access Genesys Administrator Extension.
- Suggestions for troubleshooting your Genesys Administrator Extension installation.
This document is intended primarily for system integrators, system administrators, contact center managers, and operations personnel. It has been written with the assumption that you have a basic understanding of:
- Computer-telephony integration (CTI) concepts, processes, terminology, and applications
- Network design and operation
- Your own network configurations
You should also be familiar with Genesys Framework architecture and functions, as described in the Framework Deployment Guide.
Contacting Genesys Customer Care
If you have purchased support directly from Genesys, please contact Genesys Customer Care.
Before contacting Customer Care, please refer to the Genesys Care Program Guide for complete contact information and procedures.
About This Book
The following list explains different features of GAX:
Setting up GAX
This chapter explains how to deploy GAX.
This chapter explains how to access GAX.
This chapter explains how to troubleshoot GAX.
This chapter explains all of the role privileges used by GAX.
This chapter explains all of the configuration options used by GAX.