Re: Retrieve leases when moving CNR from a Server to another
The trick would have been to do what you have done, but not stop at just copying individual files. I usually install on the new server/stop services on old and new/copy the data dir and it's child dirs right over the new install data dir and children/re-ip the new machine to equal the old/remove the old from the wire/start services. This would bring all that you need to to swap the platform without loss of lease data or state.
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