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Upgrade from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7

Upgrade from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7

Upgrade from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7

can anyone tell me if you can migrate from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7.0 or do you have to migrate from 3.2 to 4.0 then to 7.0
also any helpfull hints or Tid's on upgrading to Zen 7.0


RE: Upgrade from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7

In regards to the Zen 3.1 Upgrade to Zen 7.  I have alot of Applications that are used through the Start Menu.  I now know that the new Zen 7.0 has to have an agent installed and 3.1 didn't.

Do you know if the applications that I have set for version 3.1 will work with 7.0 or do they all need to be recreated???

RE: Upgrade from Zen 3.2 to Zen 7

No, none of your applications will work after you upgrade, but you do not have to recreate them.  You have to migrate them.

[repeating my self]

3eyes be sure you read the parts on App Object distribution rules during an upgrade

Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
Senior Network Engineer
Keep IT Simple http://www.kiscc.com

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