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scottdube

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I have workspace installed on a ubuntu server and want to move it to a windows based server. I have done this sort of theing with the mailserver can it be done with workspace?
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello Scott,

it's possible to move Workspace data store to another machine with a different OS. Just move the workspace-data directory and the config files.

If you perform a full backup from the admin console, you can unpack the backup zip on the target machine and start running Workspace there. The backup file contains everything you need - the data store, configuration, SSL certificates etc.

Jarda Snajdr
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Reinaldo

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Hi Jarda,
Can you please share with us all the steps explaining how we can migrate from Windows-based to Ubuntu-linux-based Workspace?
Thanks in advance.
Reinaldo

[Updated on: Sat, 06 August 2011 20:41]

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andrewrob

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Hi. When I do this on my server it says cannot parse config files when I try to run the server. Which files do I need to copy accross?
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Jaromir Obr (Kerio)

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andrewrob wrote on Thu, 12 July 2012 17:16
Hi. When I do this on my server it says cannot parse config files when I try to run the server. Which files do I need to copy accross?


Hi,

please check your steps according to http://kb.kerio.com/article/how-to-move-data-store-to-a-diff erent-folder-machine-798.html

Regards

Jaromir Obr
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Kerio Technologies
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