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Old 04-27-2016, 08:30 AM
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Default migration of embedded 6.0.1 CM with CMM to virtual

We are considering the migration to VMware of a 6.0.1 CM running on System Platform together with CMM on an S8300D processor.
The CMM doc for OVA does not mention that such a migration is possible. Does it mean we have to install + configure CMM from scratch and lose all saved voice mails + personal greetings?
While the OVA have no license cost, is there a license migration to purchase for migrating an ICC Communication Manager to a single server midsize?
Likewise, do we need to purchase a CMM license migration for moving the CMM from the S8300D to a virtual machine?
Thanks in advance!
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