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Old 04-09-2008, 11:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok here's the deal, a while back we had a disaster and I ended up rebuilding the Domain and BES server (Single server environment, and I won't bore you with the details).
Anyway here is where it's gone wrong we previously had SBS BES but had changed to a full blown BES, in the rush I installed the wrong keys and it's not till now that I've noticed, we had 15 users and now have another 5 turning up tomorrow. Now I do have 20 full on BES keys, what I want to know is can I just remove the old keys and put the new keys in without it screwing up the existing users? By this I mean I really don't want to have to activate all the existing BB's not only just because I'd have to explain my screw up.

BES Version 4.1.3.18

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Search the forum here for purging data in the LicenseKeys table ...

A sql script like:

USE BESMgmt;
GO
TRUNCATE TABLE LicenseKeys;
GO

... then put in the keys you want when you launch the bes manager.
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