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Migrate FSM to a new server

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Created by //Ricardo Mendoza\\, last modified by Karen Valdellon on Jul 04, 2017

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This article describes how to migrate FSM to a new server or drive.


All FSM versions


  1. Perform an FSM database backup.
  2. Deactivate the FSM license:
    1. Go to your FSM installation.
    2. Launch FSM.
    3. Click Help > License Manager > select Deactivate.
      Note: The activation key should be available in your Customer Portal that you can use to activate your FSM license on the new server installation.
  3. Install FSM on the new server (drive).
  4. Activate your license (found on the Customer Portal).
    1. Launch FSM.
    2. Click Help and open License Manager.
    3. Click Enter your key.
    4. Finish the installation wizard.
  5. Restore your database.


For FSM integrated with NPM:

  1. Go to the Web Console.
  2. Click Settings > FSM Settings > Manage Connection to Firewall Security Manager Database.
  3. Adjust the settings.



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