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Hi all. My current HW needs to be replaced Got a new machine and installed Kerio Control. After the initial setup I chose to start without registering because I was going to restore from a Control backup. Both installation and backup based on version 9.2.4 build 2223.
After retoring and performing a reboot I noticed that the NFR wasn't restored and so some of the features di'nt work and the box was waiting to register a valid licence.

Does any body know weather it is possible to rebuild and use the current issued NFR license?

Any help would be greatly appeciated.
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Assuming your NFR license is current it should work. Have you tried entering the license number or importing the license file?

Brian Carmichael
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Hi Brian,

Thank you for the response. I,ve just tried again. Copied the license number from the current machine and pasted it into the registration window. Added the security code. Tried this for 5 or 6 times. Keeps returning an error, please see the attached image.

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It seems your license may not be valid for some reason. Please contact your distributor or channel manager to verify your NFR license.

Brian Carmichael
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