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    Default Zimbra Domain Controller Upgrade

    Has anyone implemented a domain controller using Zimbra 4.5.5 or above and then upgrade to Zimbra 5.0.x? I am refering to the Open Source Edition.

    I am looking to perform a similar upgrade process but would like to know what are the things I should watch out or prepare for.
    Hope someone can help out

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    Hi,

    Do you just mean the upgrade to ZCS 5.0.X ? If so then make sure you have a cold backup, download the correct O/S version, unpackage it and then run ./install.sh.

    Is that what you are after ?

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    Do I need to remove the previously installed extensions especially zimbra_posixaccount and zimbra_samba extensions for Zimbra Admin before I begin the upgrade?
    Last edited by Flancer; 06-18-2008 at 12:10 AM.

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