You have two options if Unity 4.2 will run on the 7825 platform:
1. Upgrade your current 4.0(3) server to 4.2. Install new server running 4.2 in demo mode. Run Unity DiRT backup on the current server and backup users and messages. Disconnect current server from network. DiRT restore 4.2 to the new server.
2. Install new server running 4.0.3 in demo mode. Run Unity DiRT backup on the current server and backup users and messages. Disconnect current server from network. DiRT restore 4.0.3 to the new server. Upgrade the new server to 4.2. This is the option I choose to implement when I moved 4.0(3) to new hardware. You can use the same Unity accounts, but I did change the Unityadmin account name. The 4.2 installation manual will cover the steps to upgrade from an older version of Unity. Also make sure you work with licensing to get your current *.lic files moved over to the new MAC address. I sent my files to firstname.lastname@example.org and told them I was changing out Unity server hardware. They sent me the new files with the MAC updated.
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