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We have Domino server release 4.6.1  We need to upgrade this to at least 4.6.6
I suspect we have missed the boat by not doing incremental installs
Is it possible to upgrade from 4.6.1 to 4.6.6 in one leap?
This is required for an upgrade of Anti virus software.
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Windows NT sp 6a

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Simon
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Go to www.notes.net - you will find the incremental updates there.. (QMR/QMU downloads) The Notes 4.5 codestream updates will be removed in september, but the 4.6 ones should be there for a while yet.  You will have to upgrade one at a time, e.g. 4.61 - 4.62, 4.62 - 4.63 etc.

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Joe
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Thanks I thought as much
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