According to the release notes the TMS 14.4 is supported as upgrade on a old Tandberg TMS appliance. But when I try to do the upgrade I get the pop-up= "This product can only be installed on Windows Server versions 2008R2 and newer"...
What am I doing wrong?
Relese notes 14.4.2 page 24:
Planned changes for future releases Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003, and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 32-bit operating systems will be removed in the next release of Cisco TMS. Note that we will still support the Cisco TMS Server Appliance on Windows Server 2003.
That particular note is in the TMS 14.2 Release Notes on pg 7, and per the TMS 14.3 Release Notes on pg 5, support was removed for Windows 2003. Looks like they only supported 2003 for one more release after making that statement.
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February 2, 2013
I strongly encourage you to move away from the appliance and move to a virtualized install.
The backdraws I see are that you need a windows license and also Cisco seems
to charge for rehosting the license from the TMS B (appliance) serial number to the
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