yes you can .. It is always a good practice to make a backup of the current installation before starting the update; Depending on the size of the network and the customizations you have yet done you could also consider an uninstallation and starting from scratch (LMS 3.2 is a full version).
these are the typical steps to perform an upgrade: - make a backup - stop the processes (/etc/init.d/dmgtd stop) - verify that there is no process running (ps -ef | grep -i CSCO) - verif that all necessary solaris patches are installed on the system as mentioned here:
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