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    Default Network Edition to Open Source edition?

    Dear All,

    For some reasons, we're planning to revert original Network Edition to
    Open Source edition.

    Can anyone advise the steps for doing this?

    I was trying to install the Open Source edition directly after un-tar
    the packages, and during the installation, it *looks* ok..

    However, after it was done, and login the https://xxx:7071/ admin console,
    it complained that :
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    Can't get the valid license information from server. To install a new
    license, go to global Setting -> License -> Update License.
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    have anyone seen this before ?? any advice on this issue?

    Thanks .
    Rgds,
    kevin

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