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BionicWave

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Hi,
we have a Kerio server on Ubuntu on a RAID mirror with 2 x 1 TB SATA3.
We want to remove the old harddisks and replace them with 2 x 2TB SATA3, to double the capacity.
We want to use Acronis (newest Version) for imaging/cloning.

So in this scenario does Kerio / Ubuntu care about that exchange?
Should we expect license-problems afterwards, because of the change?
Are there any known problems using Acronis for this task?

Thanks for your advice.
Bionic
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Ernesto (Kerio)

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As long as the disk cloning software preserves the file attributes (modification date,etc.) on all files within the Kerio Message store, everything should be fine. Changing the message store to a new disk doesn't affect the product license.

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