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Help move users

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by oscarlcs, Feb 2, 2006.

  1. oscarlcs

    oscarlcs Guest

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    Hello, like they move users or domains of a server with windows 2003 server standar and plesk 7.5.4 to another with windows 2003 server standar and plesk 7.5.6, note: the ip addresses are different and the clients also
     
  2. swarm

    swarm Guest

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    Actually you should use backup/restore method to perform such a task. Backup domains at source server, move backup to target server and then restore it there. You will be prompted with mapping ip addresses so you will be able to map moved domains to new ip.
     
  3. mircea_hosteur

    mircea_hosteur Guest

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    youshould firts migrate your initial server from 754 to 756, , also install the update and the last patch for 756, it will solve some bugs

    then bacup, transfer the backu p fies on the ne server and then simply restore

    it will ask you for mapping to the new IP
     
  4. Bogdan

    Bogdan Guest

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    Actually the best way to do this would be using Plesk's Migration tool.

    It has been introduced only in Plesk 7.5.6 and can only migrate stuff between 7.5.6 server, so you'd have to upgrade the source server (which you said it's still 7.5.4 to 7.5.6).

    Also note that the migration tool needs to be installed separately. You can download it from:

    ftp://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/Plesk7.5/Windows/7.5.6/PMM/

    For details regarding the migration tool and it's usage plese check:

    ftp://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/Plesk7.5/Windows/7.5.6/PMM/pmm_build051125.14.txt

    P.S.
    Don't worry about it... migrations are not that difficult.
     
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