ACS 4.1.1.23

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Premdeep Banga Thu, 08/21/2008 - 09:15

yes,

if you have 1111, then,

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1111-recovery-K9.isoaa

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1111-recovery-K9.isoab

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1111-recovery-K9.isoac

README_ACSSE411_Recovery1111.txt

if you have 1112, then,

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1112-recovery-K9.isoaa

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1112-recovery-K9.isoab

ACSse-v4.1.1.23-1112-recovery-K9.isoac

README_ACSSE411_Recovery1112.txt

if you have 1113, then,

ACSse-v4.1.1.24.1-1113-recovery-K9.iso

Readme_ACS_SE_v4.1.1.24.1.txt

Regards,

Prem

Premdeep Banga Thu, 08/21/2008 - 09:36

There was some issue on ACS SE 1113 while accepting static IP address, so to address that issue this special recovery image was created,

ACSse-v4.1.1.24.1-1113-recovery-K9.iso

Readme_ACS_SE_v4.1.1.24.1.txt

Else, you can go for 4.1.1.23 a/b/c recovery CD. If you cannot see the 4.1.1.24.1 recovery CD, you can get it from TAC.

Regards,

Prem

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