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CUAC Business 9 to CUAC Advanced 11

m.goretti
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Beginner

Hi everybody,

My customer wants upgrade entire UC environment (CUCM 9, IM&P 9, UCCX 9, CUAC Business 9) to 11.5

I've doubt only about upgrade CUAC.

 

CUAC Business 9 is installed in BE6000 (Windows 2008R2 SP1 64bit, SQL 2008)

VM is 1vCPU, 40Gb HD, 4Gb RAM

 

I checked compatibiity matrix for CUAC Adv 11 and Win 2008R2 is supported and SQL 2008 is supported.

The only difference is the capacity of HD. CUAC Adv wants 80Gb HD.

 

I wanted to install the software directly on the old VM. It's works? Or I have to do a fresh installation on other VM?

 

 
Is there a way to resize the VM
 
 
Thanks,
Matteo
 
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Jaime Valencia
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I meant the docs on your question on whether you could upgrade it or not directly, yes, you can resize, but that's not a Cisco procedure, you can find info on resizing a windows VM on google.

HTH

java

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Jaime Valencia
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Did you review the upgrade chapter of the admin and install guide for CUACA?

HTH

java

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Jaime,

I read the whole document, but never talk about resize.

There are only listed vmware Guest Machine Requirements.

 

Jaime Valencia
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee Hall of Fame Cisco Employee
Hall of Fame Cisco Employee

I meant the docs on your question on whether you could upgrade it or not directly, yes, you can resize, but that's not a Cisco procedure, you can find info on resizing a windows VM on google.

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate
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