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Hello,

I am about to migrate my old server to new machine.

I will use this tutorial:
Transferring an installation of Kerio Connect to another server or Operating System
( http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/export-and-migration/transferring-an-installation-of-keri o-connect-to-another-server-or-operating-system-360.html)

my old kerio installation is 32 bit, I wish to transfer it to kerio 64 bit. is it possible?

-Roei
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Yes

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Just install 64bit Kerio on the new machine and doing method 2, no other modifications?
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Correct, and yes option 2 is generally my preferred approach.

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Brian, Will method 1 also work for 32-bit to 64-bit in the Debian environment?

The backup file is smaller to move.

Thanks,

Randall

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Yes, it should.

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