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Just want to confirm regarding SRP's...

I have a client that is currently on BES Small Business 4.0 and wants to upgrade to the Enterprise Edition. If they purchase an upgrade, does RIM provide him with another SRP ID, or do you simply use the existing one? I realize the CAL's are different, but they are not tied to the SRP in anyway, are they?

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IIRC you effectively get an "unlock CAL" which allows you to go from small to enterprise BES so SRP ID etc are the same.
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