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Update CUP 8.0(3) to 8.0(4) fail for "Not a signed patch file"

Hi to all, i have a CUP installed in a VM machine.

I'm trying to update the version from 8.0(3) to 8.0(4) but after i merged the two update files into one, and i use it for upgrade i receive this error:

Option NamesStatus
LOCAL_UCSInstall_CUP_8.0.4.10000-5.sgn.iso Not a signed patch file.

I have done this command in my windows cli, but  it doesn't work.

COPY/B UCSInstall_CUP_8.0.4.10000-5.sgn.iso_part1of2+UCSInstall_CUP_8.0.4.10000-5.sgn.iso_part2of2 UCSInstall_CUP_8.0.4.10000-5.sgn.iso

Have you any ideas?

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Update CUP 8.0(3) to 8.0(4) fail for "Not a signed patch file"

Have you checked the MD5 checksums?

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Update CUP 8.0(3) to 8.0(4) fail for "Not a signed patch file"

Hi javalenc, thx for you reply...

about the MD5 i use this program "winMd5Sum" and it give me to me the identical value of

this document

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cups/8_0/english/rel_notes/cup8xrn.html#wp2799097

Step 3

Use an md5sum utility to verify that the MD5 sum of the final file is correct.

836236bca62cab262af187351d96f7d7 UCSInstall_CUP_8.0.4.10000-5.sgn.iso

I don't know why it does not recognize it how an update..

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Update CUP 8.0(3) to 8.0(4) fail for "Not a signed patch file"

Hi, i solved using FTP instead CD/DVD source... i don't know why, but with this upgrade method , the file was recognized ...

I hope this can help everyone that have encountered my same issue.

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