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MacDuff

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I apologize. This is a cross-post as I already inquired in the Kerio Connect forum. I haven't gotten any responses regarding Workspace in that forum.

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We have Kerio Connect and Workspace running on aging Mac Mini servers running Mac OS X 10.6.8 with FireWire drives for the data.

We are about to migrate to new quad-core Mac Mini servers running Mac OS X 10.8.2 with Thunderbolt RAIDs.

The primary responsibility for the move has fallen to me. I'm far from an expert at Kerio software.

I have found some kbase articles covering the subject of moving data to new computers, specifically these articles on moving Kerio Connect and Workspace data:

Connect:
kb.kerio.com/article.php?id=360
manuals.kerio.com/kmsag/en/sect-kmsrecover.html

Workspace:
kb.kerio.com/article/how-to-move-data-store-to-a-different-f older-machine-798.html

I was hoping that I could get some practical tips for making the migration go as smoothly and easily as possible. Not just Kerio tips, but also relating to configuring the Mac servers for Kerio.

I have little more than a rough plan right now: Install Kerio Connect and Workspace on the new Macs; Copy the data to the new drives; re-link the apps to the data-stores.

The new Macs will use the same licenses as the old ones. Is there anything to watch out for when activating licenses that have already been used on another computer?

Are there any "gotchas" to watch out for when moving SSL certificates and configuring DNS?

What else am I missing? What problems am I likely to encounter?

Thanks in advance for your help!!
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