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Old 05-08-2014, 01:58 AM
chan103 chan103 is offline
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Default Migration from AIC 7.2.4 (Win 2003) to AIC 7.2.6 (Win 2008)


We are now working on a AIC migration from AIC 7.2.4 in Windows Server 2003 to AIC 7.2.6 in Windows Server 2008.

1. Is there any document for us to reference?
2. Is it simple as install the AIC 7.2.6 in Windows Server 2008 and then restore the existing DB to the new database server? Any other steps are needed?

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Old 05-08-2014, 01:19 PM
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I think APS/account team be better team to address anything that involves migration and upgradation.
you may want to note that this forum is run by voluntary contribution of different member.
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