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Change Farm ID?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

We finally rebuilt our SharePoint environment on a new server. Was quite easy and un-problematic. The only issue we have is with “Ontolica”. First, the production license didn’t come over. I resolved that by tapping into the database myself and retrieve the binary version of the file. BUT, the license is tight to the farm ID. Since I created a brand new installion and farm, our new farm id is different than the old one.

I called “SurfRay” and they said that they wouldn’t/couldn’t L issue me a new license. Is there any way for me to change the farm ID of the new farm to the farm ID of the old farm?

 

--tolga


Kemal Tolga Koseoglu Application Developer WATG


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We finally rebuilt our SharePoint environment on a new server. Was quite easy and un-problematic. The only issue we have is with “Ontolica”. First, the production license didn’t come over. I resolved that by tapping into the database myself and retrieve the binary version of the file. BUT, the license is tight to the farm ID. Since I created a brand new installion and farm, our new farm id is different than the old one.

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--tolga


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