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jslh

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Hi, currently our Kerio Workspace is running on Ubuntu 10.04.
Since we will be deploying Microsoft Hyper-V soon and Hyper-V does not support Ubuntu officially therefore, we have to switch to CentOS.

I know we could backup the entire DB via the Kerio Workspace internal backup tool and restore it to the new flavor of Linux, but what about the configuration setting, how do I migrate it?

In Kerio Connect, we just copied the *.cfg and modified it, that's all but we aren't sure about Kerio Workspace.

Please sahre and assist.

Regards / Joseph
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jslh

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Hi Jaromir,

Thanks for the quick pointer.

However, if I read it correctly, it is more on data store migration / moving into a different location.

But, my concern will be the configuration setting file like workspace.cfg. Cause I wanted to preserve my setting when moving rather than recreating a new set.

Could I just copy this file from Ubuntu and move it into CentOS?

Regards / Joseph
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styson

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jshl - That article covers moving to another server as well because the steps are pretty much the same (just did it myself). Just run a full backup, unzip it on the new server and copy the workspaces.cfg file from old to new. Make sure you edit all the file paths in workspaces.cfg to reflect where they are in the new server and set up permissions and you are good to go.
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