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bperkins

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For Redhat users:

When Kerio comes out with a new KMS release, do you upgrade by doing an rpm -U or do you uninstall completely and reinstall (rpm -e, then rpm -i)?

Just curious. If I have time tomorrow, I'll explain why I'm asking this question. I've always done the -U, but now I'm thinking it's better to uninstall and reinstall.

Thanks,
BP
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