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VM Pro Migration to App Ser

VM Pro R11.1 Hyper-V install from VHDX by budbyrd
Posted: 18 May 21 (Edited 18 May 21)

Install Server Application R11.1 Hyper-V

Install Hyper-V in the Windows Add Features menu.
Restart the PC and enter the BIOS setup menu.
Verify Virtualization support is enabled in the BIOS.

Open the Hyper-V Manager select your desktop.
In the right hand pane open Virtual Switch Manager.
Create a new virtual switch configured as External.

Download the vhdx zip file and extract.
Copy the file to the C:\Users\Public\Documents\Hyper-V\Virtual Hard Disks folder.
Rename the disk.vhdx file to the desired name.

From Hyper-V Manager click New/Virtual Machine.
Name the machine and Next.
Choose Generation 1 and Next.
Leave memory at default and Next.
Configure Networking as New Virtual Switch and Next.
At the Connect Virtual Hard Disk choose Use an existing virtual hard disk.
Browse to the renamed file you copied.
Click Finish.

Choose the new server in the Hyper-V control window, right click Connect.
When the new window opens press the start button.
The system will load and give you the new IP address.
With a web browser go to https://(IP):7071
Proceed to the unsafe web page.
It will want you to login as root.
Use Administrator as the password.
Accept the license agreement and Next.
Set the Server type to Application Server and Next.
No new hardware will be available. Click Next.
Set the network address to the customer provided address and name the server.
Change the NTP server if needed and set the time zone click next.
Change system passwords and click Next.
Uncheck One-X if it is not going to be used and click Next.
Leave certificate at Generate new and disable the EASG Settings and Next.
Click OK on the pop up for downloading certificates.
Click Apply.
The server will reboot.

Browse to https://(IP):7070
Click to proceed to unsafe page.
Login in with the Administrator account.
It will load the Initial Configuration page.
Name the system and verify the location, and Apply.
You may need to reboot the server from the Hyper-V console.

Open a new window and browse to https://(IP):7070.
Click on Applications/Voicemail Pro – System Preferences.
Enter the Voicemail Password and verify Enable Voicemail Pro Client Interface is enabled.
The Voicemail Password Must match the password in the IP Office security settings.
Press Update.
Enter Email information if required.

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