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Arcserve 16.5/16.0 common SQL databse

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Hi,

I have got various servers having Arcserve 16.0 and 16.5 installed on.
I want to use a single instance of SQL server (2005 standard) for job and tape records.
Can these 2 version coexist on the same SQL instance?

I do not want to upgrade all 16.0 servers to 16.5 or downgrade all 16.5 servers to 16.0

Thanks in advance

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Sekar Chinnakannu earned 200 total points
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Nope you have to maintain 2 different database as the version are different. If you configure same database for both the version then you will start facing the issue.
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Best location to get answer would be https://communities.ca.com/

or you can go to ARCserve Chat (Free)

http://www.arcserve.com/us/support.aspx
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