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win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5 and SR1

Has anyone applied the above upgrade yet(released 28/8)? Anyone had any problems since applying it?

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Blue

Re: win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5 and SR1

Applied it yesterday. Everything has been running smoothly up to this point.

New Member

Re: win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5 and SR1

Hi, I applied the following to my CM (is 3.1 3a spd)

win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5.exe

win-OS-Upgrade-k9.2000-2-5sr1.exe

SQL7-ServicePack4.1-0-2.exe

SQL7-MS03-031.exe

XNTP.4-1-1a.exe

MCSbackup.3-5-44.exe

ciscocmac-fmu.1-1-3.exe

Will be installing Anti-virus soon (probably on Wed)

Will be doing the following this Sat (if the System is stable until then.

ciscocm.Health-Check.1-0-1.exe

ciscocm.3-1-4b-spD.exe

art-ffr.1-1-1.exe

art.1-1-1-spD.exe

James.

james@chubb.com.au

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Re: win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5 and SR1

I've noticed in the readme for win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5.exe that "Cisco CallManager version 3.3(2) cannot be installed after running this upgrade."

There's no information on if this can be uninstalled in order to later convert to 3.3(2). The implication being that if you are running CM 3.1 or 3.2, and you want to patch the OS to the latest level, then you've closed the door on upgrades to 3.3(2) in the future. Am I reading this right ?

New Member

Re: win-OS-Upgrade-K9.2000-2-5 and SR1

I think I've answered my own question, - I presume the upgrade process would broadly be:

Back up the database on your CM 3.1 win2000-2-5 using the latest version of the backup utility.

Rebuild the Server using win2000-2-4 disks, then load CM 3.3(2), patch to win2000-2-5 (and any win2000-2-5 service realses, SQL patches etc), finally restore the database.

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