I am following the Unity Reconfiguration and upgrade guide. I didn't see anything about needed to update the license if I am running 4.0(3), so I am not certain if I need to do so either. I don't care if the current information is lost either since it is being used for a new cluster and all current information will be wiped anyway.
I also have Unity Connection software, and was wondering what I need to do if I want to upgrade to that instead of 4.2 as far as licenses, do I need new licenses, or is my current Unity license transferable?
EDIT: I was looking on the wrong CD, found Crystal Reports. The rest above though I wuld still like input on. Thanks
For Unity Connection there is an upgrade path from Unity that does require a new License. Have a look;
Obtaining Cisco Unity Connection License Files
For the migration to Cisco Unity Connection, you obtain license files by sending an e-mail request. Cisco e-mails the license files. The e-mail from Cisco contains instructions on how to save and store the files. Later in the migration process, the Cisco Unity Connection Reconfiguration and Upgrade Guide refers you to the Cisco Unity Connection Installation Guide, which provides instructions on installing the license files.
The following information is required during registration:
The MAC address (physical address) for the network interface card (NIC) in the Cisco Unity server.
The MAC address for the NIC in the Cisco Unity Connection server.
The product authorization key (PAK), which appears on the back of the Cisco Unity Connection Application Software Media kit.
To Register and Obtain the License Files
Step 1 Send an e-mail requesting a license file for the migration to:
That is what I thought for the license. We haven't received the new hardware and software yet for UC, so we had to dig out our old lab Unity and use that to get the new cluster up. It is going to run on CCM 5.1 which is why I want to get it updated. So far looks like I have the upgrade working after I located the missing disk.
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