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mitev13

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hello all,
i have been reading in the post and have found almost all my answers but there is not much written about 6.7 yet so i would like to double check and see if i really got it right.
we have 10.4.11 Tiger Server OD Master, it is also running DNS, jabber, dhcp, windows pdc and it has KMS 6.7 patch 1 with OD extensions.
i do not have a replica as i could never really get the tiger replica to work after i installed OD extensions.
anyway - the idea is to clone it on another drive, disconnect it off the network, do a clean install of 10.5.7, promote to OD master and set up all the services i had on the tiger server and migrate my settings. then install ksm 6.7 patch-1 and OD extensions and then migrate. if all ksm server (all services) is stopped - can i just cp the /usr/local/kerio/mailserver from the other drive or do i need to use the build in ksm backup on the tiger server and then try to restore with kms on the loepard.
i also i have 2 domains - one only has 7 users - all local and the other OD about 60 users.
i am still reading up on what os the best way to migrate LDAP. cannot figure out if passwords will migrate or not but i do plan to make a clone of my current ksm tiger server and do a test migration on a segmented off the internet network.
any info will be apreciated.
thanks
martin



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