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JeffAudet

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Hi,
We actually use Kerio Connect Windows and we want to try it on our ESXi system.
We have a licence of Kerio Connect Windows but we dont have one for linux (we want to try it with our database BEFORE ask to convert our licence). So at this time, we use 30 days trial of linux vmware version.

So, when we use KMSrecover on the ESXi, the restore start but give me error after some time with error (cannot write to). He try to write back store file to D:(drive on my Kerio Windows) so on Linux it's not possible...

We join screenshot of the error.


Someone can help me plz!

Thanks!

Jeff Audet

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ccjwells

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I ran into something similar to this doing a test from Linux to windows. Your restore has replaced the mailserver.cfg on your linux system with the one from windows and it has the wrong location for your store. You'll need to edit the storedir variable in the mailserver.cfg and add the proper directory for the store.
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JeffAudet

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Thank you for your help, all work perfectly when I edit mailserver.cfg.

Thanks you again!
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Davidbattelox

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My issue is that the Sil VPN features are gone or unusable for us when we are running controll in a esxi

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