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Hi team , i have a odd question. I have a client who is wanting to move their whole Nav 2013 from one data center to a whole new data center. This means a whole new rebuild of Nav in the new data center. Would it be advisable to rebuild the SQL server and then backup the old DB and re-install Nav and restore the backup SQL DB on the new datacenter setup. What would i need to watch out for and what could go wrong ?
Make sure the SQL version is the same or check the compatibility if you move to a different version, create a test database first using production backup and make sure everything is working, before you do the final backup and switch the SQL server.
Normally you will not have any issue as long as you don't downgrade your sql server.
Do a test run, if everything is okay, you should be good to go.
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