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i.t.guy

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Is it possible to save settings from Winroute and import them into a Control Box appliance?
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Goran

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yes, but you need say more info from what version to what version?

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i.t.guy

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Sorry....I guess that would help.

Ver. 6.7.1, build 6399
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ICT and Me

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First upgrade this version before backup the configuration!
It's a lot older than the BOX versions.

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i.t.guy

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That's exactly what we did. Successfully performed each update (4 total), backed up and then imported latest config. file to the Control Box. From start to finish it took about an hour. No issues, no problems.

Thanks for replying.
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Goran

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if i remember good its not possible to upgrade that old version.
But i will do that on this way:
take out all cfg files from kerio root

Install your appliance. Then export settings from appliance.
Then open that settings with 7zip.
Extract all files out.
Replace your extracted files with old files from 6.7
use 7 zip to pack file to tar, then zip it to gzip.
rename new compresed extension to tgz

Or google for how to create tgz.

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