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mcw82

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I have two questions concerning KMS.

First, my KMS server was setup as an independent Windows 2003 Server. I'd like to move this to the domain. Are there any repercussions in doing this?

Second, when I update KMS, do I have to update the clients KOC (if there is one)?


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You should have no problems moving the mail server machine to a domain.

Updates to the KOC are performed automatically when Outlook is restarted.By default, updates are performed using HTTP (TCP port 80). If this port is not accessible from the client computer, the Kerio Outlook Connector will not be able to check for updates. As long as the Kerio Webmail is accessible from the client computer, then the Kerio Outlook Connector will be able to download updates.
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Thanks for the reply.
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