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Upgrade MAC OS Server 10.7.5 to Maverick

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Hey

How do I upgrade MAC OS Server 10.7.5 to newest version - without losing the settings (MDM server installed and certificates)

Thanks in advance

Mike
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When I upgraded my OSX Server from Snow Leopard to Lion all I had to do was perform the upgrade from the App Store. I didn't loose any settings. I have not upgraded my OSX Server to Mountain Lion yet...
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