I have one server SGD with users, applications and servers declared on it in version 4.50.933. I have downloaded the version 4.60.911 to upgrade it. Before, I have made a new server and install the previous version on it. I have made it as secondary to import configuration. After this first phase finished, I have promote it as primary and stop it. The secondary has been promoted as primary. I have detach the secondary from my stopped primary and I have two same server with same users, applications and servers.
After this first step, I have installed the 4.60.911 on this clone server. The installation is successfully completed without errors. I can login on it but in the web administration interface, I have only applications. The users and the servers are not present.
In command line (with tarantella object list_contents --name ".../_ens/" command), I can see some objects but I want to see the contents of it, I have this error: You must name an organization, organizational unit, Active Directory container or domain component object.
I have done these manipulation several times and I can't import the data of 4.50.933 version to the 4.60.911.
Is there commands to rebuild the data? Or a method to import data from the previous version ?
I have too many users, applications and servers declared to reconfigure them manually.
I ran this script and it worked for me, had the same issue than the inital description. Apart from that I had no printer redirection afterwards, so it was necessary to run a further fix for the printers. Don't know if this is already mentioned in the Knowledge base, I got an additional script from support for doing that. Still have issues with PDF Printers, need to upgrade to ghostscript 8.71 or so, will do soon.
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