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Super Agent Repositories

Working on a 5.3.2 to 5.10 migration but have a few Super Agent repositories. Is it possible to have the repositories linked to both ePOs until everything is fully migrated or will anything tied to those repositories have to all be moved over at once?
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Re: Super Agent Repositories

User,

No, you'll have to create new repositories for the new server.  Going through this now with a new server.  We created new servers/repositories for the new ePO server, and will kill off the old repositories and servers when the old ePO server is de-activated.  Confirmed this through a ticket with support.

HTH,

DocB

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Yes, but it takes some manual configuration of them, you can't replicate to them from both servers and you have to import the public repository key from old server into new so clients can decrypt the content.  It is not advisable, as there are a lot of things that can go wrong.

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