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juzman21

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Hi guys,

i have just started using KMS and 6.1.1 is my first version. So i was just hoeping someone could tell me, what is the most recomended way to upgrade the versions?

thanks guys
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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There is only one way to upgrade, download the new installer file and run it Wink This obviously depends on your Operating System, but the upgrade process on all OS's is pretty painless.

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/sect-upgrade

Kevin Trumbull
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juzman21

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so this will not delete any of the config files or anything like that? simply update the necessary files?
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Hmm, an upgrade that deletes config files, not much of an upgrade is it Wink

No the upgrade will not delete any config files, it will only update the necessary files.

Kevin Trumbull
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juzman21

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So when the install program is run, i assume it will ask if you will to upgrade (when it detects a previous version)?
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abubin

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if you are so afraid, why don't you do a backup first before upgrading. If something goes wrong, you can always restore back to old version.

Isn't that one of the pre-requisite of being system admin?
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