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Upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 from Unity 3.1.1

To downgrade to previous working Unity version if upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 fails, we need to be at 3.1.5 and use the CiscoUnity Disaster Recovery Tool to backup our configuration. So, we have to upgrade our existing 3.1.1 Unity version to 3.1.5, and how do we do that?

Option 1> Use the existing 3.1.1 CDs and patch them with the files CiscoUnity3.1.5PatchFrom3.1.1-CD1-only.exe or CiscoUnity3.1.5PatchFrom3.1.1.exe. Unfortunately these patch files are not available on CCO Software Center !!

Option 2> Use the file CiscoUnity3.1.5.CD1.exe,

available in CCO Software Center Unity Archive, to upgrade directly from 3.1.1 to 3.1.5.

Then we also need the CiscoUnity3.1.5ServicePacks-ENU-CD1of3.exe and CiscoUnity3.1.5ServicePacks-ENU-CD2of3.exe and CiscoUnity3.1.5ServicePacks-ENU-CD3of3.exe, which are also not available on CCO Software Center.

Please let me know which option is best for me to upgrade from 3.1.1 to 3.1.5 and where from can I get those softwares since they are not available on CCO?

Thanks for your help,

Partha

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Silver

Re: Upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 from Unity 3.1.1

Well, I am reading on the DiRT tool page that it is supported on Unity 3.1.1. So , I guess I can backup my Unity while on version 3.1.1.

So, do I really need to go to Unity 3.1.5 and then upgrade to 4.0.3 ???

Cisco Employee

Re: Upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 from Unity 3.1.1

No, you can upgrade directly from 3.1(1) to 4.0(3) without going through 3.1(5).

Silver

Re: Upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 from Unity 3.1.1

And I can backup my Unity 3.1.1 using the DiRT tools, to restore it in case upgrade fails, correct?

Cisco Employee

Re: Upgrade to Unity 4.0.3 from Unity 3.1.1

yes - you'll have to install 3.1(1) clean and get it running and _then_ restore it, of course, but yes.

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