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Another OES/NW upgrade question

Hi again: I plan on doing inplace upgrades to our NW6.0 servers. Once
the upgrade is complete how much old NW6.0 crap will be on the server.
I generally hate doing inplace upgrades for this very reason. Or
should I just bite the bullet and start fresh.

Thanks, Chris.
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Re: Another OES/NW upgrade question

Chris Mosentine wrote:
> Hi again: I plan on doing inplace upgrades to our NW6.0 servers. Once
> the upgrade is complete how much old NW6.0 crap will be on the server.
> I generally hate doing inplace upgrades for this very reason. Or
> should I just bite the bullet and start fresh.
>
> Thanks, Chris.


if you have a second hardware availlable you can use the latest
migration wizard.
http://www.novell.com/documentation/migwiz80/index.html

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regards

mike pacholke

http://www.hsinet.de
http://www.alte-netware.de
http://www.old-netware.com
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Re: Another OES/NW upgrade question

Hi,

Chris Mosentine wrote:
>
> Hi again: I plan on doing inplace upgrades to our NW6.0 servers. Once
> the upgrade is complete how much old NW6.0 crap will be on the server.
> I generally hate doing inplace upgrades for this very reason.


Netware isn't Windows. Inplace upgrades of Netware usually result in
100% good installations, without any "crap" leftover.

CU,
--
Massimo Rosen
Novell Support Connection Sysop
No emails please!
http://www.cfc-it.de
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