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Migrating BES from SQL 2005 to SQL 2008?

Posted on 2013-01-02
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Anyone have some tips on migrating RIM Blackberry Enterprise Server from MS SQL 2005 to 2008?  Thank you.
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Hi,

If the above would not be operationally possible or where you are migrating the BES etc. to new hardware as well, it would be possible to install a new BES instance and use the Enterprise Transporter to migrate devices across.

A new BES licence would be required but a temporary licence can be obtained from RIM for migration purposes - existing CALs would be reused.

This can be live 20 devices at a time.

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RobMobility.
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Thanks guys.
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