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Removing secondary prompt language from Default Voicemail policy

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I set a second language by mistake on the default voicemail policy (I should have set that on a custom policy for a subset of users instead).

 

The problem is that I don't seem to find a setting on the GUI to remove the second language; it seems I can only change it for another one.

 

I also tried with PowerShell, but I don't see how to put in the right string to remove the setting: again, I can only set a language.

Set-CsOnlineVoicemailPolicy -identity "Global" -SecondarySystemPromptLanguage "???" (I tried with nothing, null, none, false, just a space, no quotations, etc.)

 

Suggestions please? Thanks.

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Hello Giovanni,
I tested and it seems a limitation in the PowerShell cmdlet, I'll make some tests to see if there is a way to clear that
best response confirmed by Therese_Solimeno (Moderator)
Solution
Ok it seems it is possible if you $null both languages at the same time

Set-CsOnlineVoicemailPolicy -Identity techcomm -SecondarySystemPromptLanguage $null -PrimarySystemPromptLanguage $null

A secondary must be set if you set a primary