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Server expansion system upgrade files not going over

Server expansion system upgrade files not going over

Server expansion system upgrade files not going over

I have upgraded a server edt. to 11.0.4. I have one site that is not connected with fiber. Something is blocking the files. I used to be able to upgrade locally. How can i do this from a pc with windows manager on their local network? Any help is appreciated.

RE: Server expansion system upgrade files not going over

What release are you trying to upgrade to? I ran into a similar problem that was fixed with the 11.0.4 SP1 release (July 31st 2019). My expansion systems would fail every time at around 60%. I was also unable to run a local upgrade of the expansion systems outside of the normal server edition upgrade process.

IP Office Build 11 – Resolved field issues

Upgrade failing for 500v2 expansions with error Upgrade Failed; Failing at task 'Pull Upgrade', step 'Pulling files'


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