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Eugene Nuke

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Hi all. I need your help or your advice. Recently I move Kerio Connect from Windows host (8.3.0) to Linux host (9.0.1). After the transfer I can connect to administration web console (:4040). But if I try to connect via port 80 or 443 I have error 500 Server License Expired.
In the error.log I found this:

[20/Feb/2016 16:51:26] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Connection to HTTP server rejected: The Software Maintenance is expired
[20/Feb/2016 17:01:03] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Connection to HTTPS server rejected: The Software Maintenance is expired

The Dashboard shows me:

Software Maintenance expiration date: 2015-05-23 (expired)
Product expiration date: Never
Number of users allowed by the license: 80

Windows host works fine with this licence. Can I use the programm under Linux without Software Maintenance? Is it a bug?

[Updated on: Sat, 20 February 2016 15:50]

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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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You can use the Linux version, but you cannot use the most recent version because your maintenance is expired. The most current version you can use based on your expiration date is 8.5.0, released May 19th. You can obtain this version from our software archive at download.kerio.com.

Brian Carmichael
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Eugene Nuke

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OK, I understood. Thanks for the explanation.
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