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Moving Domino Server 4.6x to a new server?

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We have a new server and want to move from the existing hardware to the new hardware. How do we do this and keep the same names and users as the existing set up?
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To move notes to another machine, all you need to do is copy the whole directory of \notes to the new location and also notes.ini as well.
Goto notes.ini to update any new paths.
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by:whirly
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Is that definitely Domino 4.6 Server that you are referring to in your response?
Will this move all users, server profiles, SMTP gateway settings, security, etc?
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by:lawrencekoo
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Of course if your new server name is different than the old one, you would have to change all the configuration that points to the old server name and address to the new one.
If your server name is the same and ip address etc preserved, its that obvious
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