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h3. Step 3 - Removing "log," "config," and "data" on the New Computer

The following activities should be performed on the *New Computer*.
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2. Remove the {{log}}, {{config}}, and {{data}} folders using the {{rm}} command:

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h3. Step 4 - Copying "log", "config," and "data" from the Old Computer

In this step, you will copy the "log", "config," and "data" folders from the *Old* Computer to the *New* one.


h5. Linux Installations

1. If your New Computer has an SSH daemon running, you can use the {{scp}} command for copying the "log," "config," and "data" folders:

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h3. Step 7 - Copying the Disk Safes



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h3. Step 8 - Restarting the CDP Server on the New Computer



{newversion}
1) This procedure is as simple as installing the CDP Server on the new hardware with the standard installer;
2) Shutting down the CDP Server service;
3) Removing the "log," "config," and "data" directories;
4) Copying the "log," "config," and "data" directories form from other Server;
5) Starting the CDP Server;
6) Reactivating the License Key;
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It is assumed that you have prepared a New Computer according to these requirements: [System Requirements - CDP Enterprise Edition for Windows|System Requirements - CDP Enterprise Edition for Windows] and [System Requirements - CDP Enterprise Edition for Linux|System Requirements - CDP Enterprise Edition for Linux].





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h3. Step 7 - Copying the Disk Safes



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h3. Step 8 - Restarting the CDP Server on the New Computer



{newversion}
1) This procedure is as simple as installing the CDP Server on the new hardware with the standard installer;
2) Shutting down the CDP Server service;
3) Removing the "log," "config," and "data" directories;
4) Copying the "log," "config," and "data" directories form from other Server;
5) Starting the CDP Server;
6) Reactivating the License Key;