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From 5.3 (SQL 2008) to 5.10 (2012)

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Hi comrades

How to upgrade from 5.3 to 5.10 without losing data?

Wha should I do? 

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Re: From 5.3 (SQL 2008) to 5.10 (2012)

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ePOIP, it is a subfolder in the installer or you can also get it from Software Manager inside EPO.  This gets ran during the install also but when you run it from the folder, it just does checks and does not move forward in the install. Nice tool to get info.

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Re: From 5.3 (SQL 2008) to 5.10 (2012)

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Have you ran the EPO pre-check on your current environment to see how it feels about the upgade?  It was very enlightning for me and the errors it finds also come with the KB to fix them.

Re: From 5.3 (SQL 2008) to 5.10 (2012)

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I will try to do it on my lab.

When you said "EPO pre-check", you meant epo pre-installation auditor, or another tool?

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ePOIP, it is a subfolder in the installer or you can also get it from Software Manager inside EPO.  This gets ran during the install also but when you run it from the folder, it just does checks and does not move forward in the install. Nice tool to get info.

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