Create a User Configuration File

Create a user-specific configuration file that stores user names, passwords, and registrations.


  1. On the provisioning server, create a user configuration file for each user to log in to the phone.

    The name of the file is the user's ID to log in to the phone. For example, if the user's login ID is user100 , the name of the user's configuration file is user100.cfg .

  2. In each <user>.cfg file, you can add and set values for the user's login password (optional).
  3. Add and set values for any user-specific parameters, such as:
    • Registration details (for example, the number of lines the profile displays and line labels).
    • Feature settings (for example, browser settings).
      Note: If you add optional user-specific parameters to <user>.cfg , add only those parameters that will not cause the phone to restart or reboot when the parameter is updated.
After a user logs in, with their user ID and password (The default password is 123.), users can:
  • Log in to a phone to access their personal phone settings.
  • Log out of a phone after they finish using it.
  • Place a call to an authorized number from a phone that is in the logged out state.
  • Change their user password.

If a user changes any settings while logged in, the settings save and display the next time the user logs in. When a user logs out, the user's personal phone settings no longer display.