Importing Vocera Voice Server Contacts
If you plan to integrate the VMP Server
with a Vocera Voice Server, you must import
the Vocera Voice Server contacts into the VMP Server.
Important: Before beginning a Vocera Voice Server import, make sure each user email
address is entered on the Vocera Voice Server. The
email address is used to match VMP source users from other imports and prevent duplicate user entries. Make sure the
paging field in the Vocera Voice Server user profile
is blank. This field is mapped on the VMP Server.
Start the VMP Administrator:
All Programs >VMP>VMP Administrator
Type admin in the VMP Login dialog,
and click OK.
Select Users & Groups > Users
Click the Synchronization icon
in the Users view.
In the Reconfigure/Synchronize only window, select
Yes, reconfigure settings. Click
Configure the Automatic synchronization options.
In the User Synchronization dialog, click the Add
primary source with users icon
Select Vocera from the Source type
dropdown list, and click OK. This selection auto-populates the
Title field. You can accept the default title or customize
Note: If you have multiple connections, you must repeat this step for each
Set Import departments as groups to Yes
if you want to import Vocera Voice Server
departments into the VMP Server
as VMP groups.
Note: The availability of this feature depends on the Vocera Voice Server
version that you have installed.
The Vocera Voice Server source is now configured.
Make sure it is highlighted, and click Next in the
User Synchronization dialog.
The Field Mapping dialog allows for basic field mapping from the Vocera Source to
the VMP user contact.
Define the field mappings for your deployment, and click Next.
The synchronization script generated by the import wizard options is revealed in a
script dialog box. Use the scroll bar to review the script and click
Select the users to be updated, or select Check All
to automatically select all users for this update.
To specify that a user imported using this script is to be given access to the VMP Administrator, select the Admin Access checkbox.
To specify that a user imported using this script is to be given access to the VMP Web Console, select the Web Access checkbox.
Select Export Address Book Entries to Vocera to export a
CSV file containing a list of the VMP users
that do not have a Vocera ID. You can use this file to create address book entries in the
Vocera Voice Server. See Exporting Address Book Entries to the Vocera Voice Server for more information on this
Click Finish to continue.
The synchronization script runs. When the sync is complete, click
OK to close the successful sync dialog, and click
Close to close the script window.