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Lync Server 2013 Standard to Enterprise

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Hello Experts,
I have testlab environment where currently I have
Lync server 2013 standard edition with Lync 2k12 edge server and Windows 2008 Active Directory Domain Controller.
I need to change from standard edition to enterprise pool ? Pleas can someone provide me step by step guide.

Thanks I would much appreciate any help.
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thanks for the response.
That's a document for Lync 2010 to 2013.
But I need Lync 2013 Standard edition to Enterprise Edition.
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yes i know, but migration steps should be the same
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Its seems confusing.
Is there article or blog where its shows step by step guide to upgrade from lync 2013 standard to enterprise on the same server. I would highly appreciate if you can share some information.

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Cliff Galiher earned 1500 total points
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There is no such blog post or article, and in fact by definition you *cannot* do this on the same server. One of the defining factors between Standard and Enterprise is how the data is stored and that change in Enterprise precludes an in-place upgrade. You will have to migrate, and since there is rarely a cause for a 2013 to 2013 migration, no official documentation exists. You'll be reading between the lines quite a bit using other migration guidance (most notably the 2010 to 2013 guidance)

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