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Old 02-22-2006, 08:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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We will be changing the server that BES runs on soon. I was looking for tips or maybe even a Whitepaper on the procedure of moving the BES service to a new server. Running on BES version 3.6.2.14, both old and new server operating system will be Windows 2003 simply upgrading to newer hardware.

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If you are moving your 3.6 server to another 3.6 server rim has a whitepaper on what they call a knife edge cut over. I used it when I was migrating from one server to another. I searched RIM's support site and found this. Knife Edge Cut Over It is for a 4.0 server. I know that they have one for a 3.6 because I have used it, I was just not able to find it on there site. You might be able to do a better search than I. Let me know if this helps.
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I did a writeup on this that combined moving the server and migrating databases all in one. You could probably easily use that document to figure out a safe process. It's an older post if you search for migration msde to sql.
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