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jimf

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Hi, does anyone know of an easy way to downgrade from 6.0.7 back to 6.0.6 on a W2K server box?

The 6.0.7 stops at least once a day for no reason and is becoming a nuisance. 6.0.6 and previous versions, while not perfect, were stable.

Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!


Jim
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s2000news

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I would like to know what version, if you could pick one, would you run on today?

I am on 5.7.10 and decided to wait untill all the v6 issues were worked out...see they still have a few interesting ones.

Thanks

Bryan
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jimf

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6.0.6 ran fine for us, I don't know what posessed me to do the 6.0.7 "upgrade". However, we use IMAP connections for Thunderbird clients and occasionally webmail. Haven't made any recent attempts with KOC.


Jim
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mdhmi

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I'm not sure what the W2K KMS downgrade procedure is, but, on RedHat you have to do an rpm force. Wouldn't it be easier to write a five line batch file to restart the KMS process then downgrade KMS?

Mark
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desquinn

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even simpler just set the services tab for KMS to restart on a failure

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mdhmi wrote on Thu, 17 February 2005 16:32


I'm not sure what the W2K KMS downgrade procedure is, but, on RedHat you have to do an rpm force. Wouldn't it be easier to write a five line batch file to restart the KMS process then downgrade KMS?

Mark


you can also have a look in the the services tab, and configure the server to restart after stopping on W2k, just like you learned in MCSE school.. ;-)
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jimf

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Mark[/quote]

you can also have a look in the the services tab, and configure the server to restart after stopping on W2k, just like you learned in MCSE school.. ;-)
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Good idea, didn't think of it. Shouldn't have to :/

Thanks

Jim
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