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.MS Dynamics CRM Configurations for Cisco Contact Center Agents v4.2

MS CRM Dynamics 365/On-Premise

Configuring CRM users & roles for CTI Configuration

To allow MS Dynamics CRM users working as a Cisco contact center agent, you need to add/configure the CRM Organization users with CTI user.

  1. Login to CRM using admin credentials in the CRM Organization. This should be the same organization selected for “Organization CTI Configurations”. Open the organization Settings and select “Unified Service Desk”.
  2. From the list below, click on ‘Configuration
  3. In the Active configurations, you will see the configuration named as Expertflow CTI Configuration. Expertflow CTI configuration is the Configuration deployed by the “CTI Configurations installer” i-e Package Deployer.
  4. Click Expertflow CTI Configuration.
  5. Click on the Create Users Plus button (+) .
  6. Add the users to the configuration.

       

User Types

Administrators

Who configures the Unified Service Desk and UII entities to define an agent application.

Agents

Who uses the Unified Service Desk client application to read the configuration in the Unified Service Desk and UII entities to perform their day-to-day work in a call centre.

 

Unified Service Desk Security Roles

During deployment of the Unified Service Desk to a Dynamics 365 instance, four security roles are created.

UIIAdministrator UIIAgent

These roles define access to UII and require Dynamics 365 entities.

USDAdministrator USDAgent

These roles access to the Unified Service Desk entities, the underlying UII entities, and required Dynamics 365 entities.

Assign Roles to users(Agents)

Select the following roles for CRM users selected for Expertflow CTI Configuration. These are mandatory USD roles for the CRM user to work as a Cisco CTI agent.

  • USD Agent
  • Customer Service Representative

*The user, roles & permission hierarchy structure may vary from one organization to another.

Configure Agent Access Mode

There are different access modes that can be assigned to CRM users. The agent access mode should be ‘Read-Write’. Following are the steps to configure the access mode in CRM.

  1. Open ‘Expertflow CTI Configuration’ and select any of the available users.
  2. In the ‘Administration’ section select the access mode to ‘Read-Write’.             
  3. Repeat step-2 for all the users present in the configuration.

Configure Options

In the Unified Service Desk, there are certain options needed to be configured to perform CTI operations. The options mentioned in the bold italic format are mandatory.

Click or tap Microsoft Dynamics CRM > Settings > unified service desk > Options

 

Option Name

Default Value

Description

globalManager 

EF Global Manager

Name of configured global manager hosted control. If the configurations use a global manager other than EF Global Manager then it needs to be updated.

consultPopUpMessage

Click to proceed consult Call?

Any messages to display when clicking the consult call button.

prefix

new

The prefix of the organisation. If the prefix is different from new then it needs to be updated.

prefixToRemoveFromPhone

00

For example ‘00’.Any characters that match will be removed from the phone number expression. e.g 0058421752, will remove 00 from the number & resultant will be 58421752.

prefixToAddInPhone

321

For example 321. This will add the defined prefix to the phone number format. e.g 58421752 will become 32158421752.

phoneFormatExpression

[^\d+]

For example [^\d+] Takes all the digits including + in the phone format expression.

ShowWrapUpOnConneted

False

Legacy configuration

agentExtensionField

new_extension

Create a field to configure the agent extension

AuthPINInboundDN

62240

Authentication Inbound DN

AuthPINOutboundDN

62240

Authentication Outbound DN

AuthPINVariable

callVariable1

Valid Call variable to hold Authentication PIn 

CustomerNumber

callVariable7

Valid Call Variable to hold customer number

NotReadyReasonCode

25

Default not ready reason code

VTBLServiceEndPoint

http://192.168.1.44:8088/mockBasicHttpBinding_IVTBLService

Valid VTBL service endpoint


 


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