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Upgrading from software Kerio Control to the hardware version

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© December 2015 Anthony Lawrence


If you are currently running a software version of Kerio Control, we can provide a hardware appliance at a reduced cost from normal pricing. What happens is that you get the prorated value of your license as a discount.

One important note: the hardware appliance ALWAYS includes Sophos and Web Filter. It cannot be bought without those.

The transfer is easy - you just export your configuration from the current software and restore it to the new. There is the possibility that you may need to adjust the interfaces if you are coming from the older Windows versions. That's easy to do and of course I can assist you. If you are coming from Windows, you'll want to run through the configuration after restoration as there have been many new features added since then. See Migrating from Kerio Control (Windows Edition) to the Appliance Editions for other considerations.

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