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Up Grading Cert in Connections 8.6

I'll be uupdating my Cert to HTTPS  within the next couple of days - will this require a new license MAC?  I've read that the current license file will be good for thirty days after any change - just want to be sure I have a fall back in case the change doesn't work as advertised? Thanks for the help.

JIm

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Up Grading Cert in Connections 8.6

Generating a CSR and uploading a certificate does not change the license MAC. Only modifying these items would instigate a need for rehosting:

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Licensing_Model_for_Virtualized_UC_Applications

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Up Grading Cert in Connections 8.6

Generating a CSR and uploading a certificate does not change the license MAC. Only modifying these items would instigate a need for rehosting:

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Licensing_Model_for_Virtualized_UC_Applications

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Up Grading Cert in Connections 8.6

Thanks for the info, Cisco needs a better way to manage licensing.  I hate the software MAC, you never know what's going to change it on you.  It's good to know you have 30 days to get a reissued one if it does change.

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