I am migrating a unity install from one server to another [long story!] in an integrated msg environment [but notes, not outlook as the client].<br>Unity 2.4.6(102) moving to 2.4.6.(126 or 135)<br>The docs say that the export utility [downloaded today] can be run with Unity running. The latest utility tells me this will shut the system down. Which is right??<br>TIA<br><br>
Actually... both are. QA tested the export utility with Unity off line in house since it made things faster and safer and reduced their testing scope.
I've had lots of folks export with Unity flying along just fine. By default it'll take Unity down (it warns you first) but you can over ride that with the super-sneaky "/OnLine" command line parameter.
Thanks for the reply.. So... [to follow on for clarity] I guess the follow on question is:- Do I have to add other switches (are there any others we should be aware of??) for stuff like file locations?? [I'm offsite and cannot test/play until later]
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
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