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Hi all,

I have a linux machine that hosts kerio control in virtual box via a vmdk. I have another machine (which happens to be windows) that I would like to put in the place of that linux machine. Of course, I also need kerio control to work on this windows machine.

Is it sufficient for me to copy the known good vmdk from the linux box and set up a new virtual machine with the copied vmdk in virtualbox in windows if the virtual machine settings are adequate and if the lan ip is on the same subnet as the firewall? Are there any other methods or measures that I should be focused on?

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I guess this is more a vm question then Kerio Control. If the settings are "adequate" enough, I do not see the reason why it would not work.


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