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Can OO 10 communicate with an existing external OO 9 RAS ??

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No. this is not possible.

Use OO 10x RaSes: easier to set and maitain.

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No. this is not possible.

Use OO 10x RaSes: easier to set and maitain.

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Thanks for the reply.  I figured this would be the response.

Just asking as I have a situation where an existing OO 9 RAS on a somewhat special machine is being used and we are moving to OO 10.  Getting a new VM (that does what the existing VM "allows") with an OO 10 RAS on it could/will-likely be difficult given the security nature of the existing VM.

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I would adivce to install the OO 10X RAS on the exact same machine. you can have those 2 RASES working side by side.

You should follow this guide and should understand prior to installing if you need Standard or Reverse RAS.

https://docs.software.hpe.com/OO/10.70/Content/Install/Clean_install_RAS.htm? 

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Hey Andrei,

Thanks for the reply !!  I was thinking about this and glad I peeked back at this question.  Very helpful.

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