-- Its pretty amazing tool and has been working well in my testing. It creates a MDB (MS Access) file of all the 4.2 information and has a great little program for importing back into a Unity 5.0 (all information)
yeah, Im also itchin to use that tool for a migration.
If you meet the following:
- hardware for Unity 5.0 meets cisco supported standard
- OS is Windows 2003
You can do an inplace upgrade from 4.2 to 5.x. Just DIRT backup server, pull a drive out, and run the upgrade in place.
If you have new hardware, your options have been listed. If have a small amount of subscribers, simple Call Handlers, you can build the new server, Digital Network servers, re-create the CH, system settings, templates, then migrate the subscribers using the Tools Depot. Then you can decommission the old server.
It's getting easier to migrate, but still takes time and a well thoughtout, executed plan.
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