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Power CMS Licensing Question

Thread began 12/16/2010 9:36 pm by drayschermerhorn146715 | Last modified 12/17/2010 9:22 pm by drayschermerhorn146715 | 1037 views | 2 replies |


Power CMS Licensing Question

I am a web designer/developer and am hosting four instances of Power CMS on a single webserver. I have run into problems with the hosting company and have to move all of these users to another server.

During the switch from one server to another, for a short period of time, a single user's CMS will be running on two different servers.

Is this okay, or will one of them cease working during the switch because of licensing issues?

Also, are there some gotchas in moving the system to another server?

Any tips or pointers would be much appreciated.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It should not be a problem to have it on the 2 servers temporarily.

there shouldn't be any gotchas encountered moving the system, if you encounter a problem though, let us know.

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Thanks, Jason.... Duane

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