Avaya Engagement Development Platform 3.1 is now generally available, together with a host of new and enhanced Avaya snap-ins that greatly extend the range of capabilities available to your applications. Avaya snap-ins with programming interfaces include Engagement Designer 3.1, Context Store 3.1, Work Assignment 3.1, WebRTC 3.1, Engagement Call Control 3.1 and Presence Services 7.0.
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Avaya Aura 7.0 introduces important changes to SNMP MIBs in Communication Manager, to RTP media and RTCP control stream encryption in AE Services, and to the default certificate in AE Services. The SNMP changes also apply to the recent Communication Manager 6.3.111 release. Read these articles to learn more about the changes, how they may affect your existing applications, and how to prepare for them:
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TAPI-based applications may be impacted by changes to the default security settings for new installations of IP Office 9.1. Certain application control security settings, including TAPI, are now defaulted to Off/Disabled upon initial installation of the software. If you are experiencing issues with TAPI-based applications, please review IP Office Technical Tip #282 and ensure the appropriate security settings are enabled.