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sege

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I inherited an Kerio 8.5.0 installation on Ubuntu 10.04, I'd like to upgrade this to latest 9.2.x and Debian 8.

What's the preferred recommended path? New fresh installation of both and to backup/restore? We're talking ~8 gb backup size. Will 9.x be able to restore from 8.5.0 files? Will everything be included in the backup?

Thanks for advice!
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Jonas Rodrigues (Kerio)

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Hello Sege,


Yes you can restore a backup from 8.5 onto 9.x version.


My best advice is when you have any doubts just install the same version on the new server, perform the restore and then upgrade Kerio Connect.


Here is a link to download older versions of Kerio Connect:

http://download.kerio.com/archive/


I hope it helps.


All the best,


Jonas

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sege

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Thanks, I'll go with the safe way.

Will a complete restore do a restore of admin login and everything?
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