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Updating ConsoleOne

Updating ConsoleOne

Updating ConsoleOne

(OP)
Have 2 versions of ConsoleOne running on different servers.  Notebook with all my instructions has disaapeared.  Can I get instructions on upgrading ConsoleOne?  I remember it was not difficult...Thanks

RE: Updating ConsoleOne

The consoleOne update is not hard, you can just install it from the download directly off of Novell's site.

The hard part is getting the correct snapins for everything installed.

For GroupWise Snapins, go to your GroupWise CD (or Support Pack CD), whatever is newer, go to \ADMIN\C1ADMIN folder.  Copy everything in there over top of your ConsoleOne installation.  The folders should match up with your current install. Go to About-Snapins to ensure they load correctly (Show version you are expecting them to)

Marvin Huffaker, MCNE
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