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muchosnachos

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Hi,

We have just put in place the appliance version of Kerio Control at one of our sites and are looking for a way of remotely restarting the server in the event of an issue.

Our other Kerio Control servers run on the Windows platform and can communicate via VPN tunnels or hardwired interfaces. Restarting these machines using RDP is easy but we have yet to find a way of restarting the appliance version should we need to (we are aware that this is unlikely due to the isolated Linux platform, but would like the option available to us)

Does anyone have any experience of this or are able to shed any light on the situation?

Kind Regards

Ben
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silars

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You can restart Control via the web interface (Status->System Health->Tasks (button on the bottom)). You can Power Off or Reboot.

There is also an option to enable/disable SSH, but I can't remember if that is an option for the Windows version or just the VM/barebones.
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muchosnachos

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Thanks silars!

Nicely hidden from us, but works a treat.

The SSH worked fine too after we'd enabled it in the backend. (google: enable ssh kerio control : top result)(can't post links yet!)

Many Thanks

Ben
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silars

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To save folks the search effort, it should only require holding shift (right or left) while clicking the Tasks button to expose the SSH option.

I believe this is what you were trying to link, muchosnachos.

BTW, if you have that many nachos, share! Smile

[Updated on: Thu, 02 May 2013 17:46]

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