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Jan

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Hi all,

I have a question about a task I have to do.
We are planning to migrate our Kerio Connect 9.0.4 patch 1 (1154) to a new server.
The old server is a Windows 2003 32bit machine, the new one is a Win 2012R2 (64bit) virtual machine.
The migration process will be , I think so, not such a big problem.
I have found the knowledge-base documents for this task (also migration from a 32 bit system to a 64 bit system).
My question is about the KOFF -plugin for Outlook.
Do I have to change the name or IP-address from the connector on every machine manually?
Or is there some kind of "deployment-tool" or a script that I can use to change the server name or IP on every client?
Maybe someone have experience with this topic?!

Many thanks in advance and best regards,

Jan
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Lukas Petrlik (Kerio)

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Or is there some kind of "deployment-tool" or a script that I can use to change the server name or IP on every client?
No, there is no tool to change server name in KOFF profiles on clients. I would rather recommend to use the same server name for the new server.
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