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    CC4.2 restored server issues

    Hi, We had a serious RAID 5 crash, and we took the opportunity to upgrade the RAID and the Win2003 from standard edition to advance server, for the obvious reasons.
    Well ive restored all User areas, no issues no data loss there, but now i cant seem to make the server show up on the RMMC, so no user quotas etc...
    Any suggestions on which RM packages i need to bring the server into the normal RMMC functionality?
    Im sure i have all the packages , just dont know which ones to install.

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    HI,

    I have looked at one of our servers and the list of RM packages that they have installed and there is far to many to write out, have you tried get a rollup pack of all of the software from RM? Im pretty sure it comes all rolled into one under on EXE

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