Hardware Replacement as part of 3.15 to 4.0 upgrade
We're upgrading our Unity 3.1.5 server to 4.0 this week (or hoping to :-) and during that process would also like to replace our existing aging Dell PowerEdge 2400 server with a newer Dell PowerEdge 2600 server.
1. We had thought the best approach for this might be to upgrade 3.1.5 to 4.0 in place on the existing server - then do a server-to-server migration to 4.0. Is this a good idea? If not what would be a better approach? If it is a good idea - could someone point me to the docs on how to change hardware (I assume DIRT is involved but would guess there are some designed-out steps pre-compiled somewhere so I don't get myself in trouble - it is an Integrated messaging system with Exchange 2000 off-box.
2. I am presuming in all this the 2600 is qualified for Unity - but could someone point me to the qualification page so I can check for sure?
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