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Ludo

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Hello,

Is it possible to restore a debian Kerio connect's backup in a Windows server ?

I have a a message before restauration :
\kmsrecover -v c:\xx

"Connot open c:\xx\C20111120T****.zip!"
Error occurred during process (code12).

My Kerio connect version is the last, 7.3.0 built 5623.

Someone have a solution ?


(Sorry for my english, i'm French Wink)

[Updated on: Mon, 21 November 2011 11:32]

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Kedar

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Is it possible to extract ZIP file manually? If no, file is corrupted.

For migration of Kerio Connect between operating systems, see this article in our Knowledge Base:
http://kb.kerio.com/article/how-do-i-move-kerio-connect-from -one-machine-to-another-or-change-operating-systems-360.html
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Ludo

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Manually it's ok, not after an ftp tranfert (files corrupted, I don't know why), but with rsync in another PC, it's ok... it's strange !

Thanks for this speed help
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You have to use "bin" transfer mode in FTP.
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Ludo

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Thank you very much
The FTP tranfert is good in binary mode
recover is run Wink

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