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I am about to upgrade a Domino 5 server to 6.5; in addition, this server has BES 2.2 installed.  I would like to know are there any steps I will need to perform after upgrading the Domino server so BES will still function?  
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I would reinstall BES if needed- But make sure that BES 2.2 supports R 6.5 first !!!

As usualy Follow the Upgrade Redbook, and backup critical Files as part of the upgrade.

Also check the BES install guide for more information on differenecs between R5 and R 6.5 ( if any ).

I hope this helps !
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