To upgrade App Volumes Manager, you must uninstall your installed version of the App Volumes Manager and then install the latest version.
Schedule a maintenance window to ensure that there is no service degradation during the uninstall and subsequent upgrade process.
Detach all volumes.
In the Windows Start menu, open Control Panel and click . Note down the database and server name defined in the system ODBC source svmanager.
Back up the App Volumes database using SQL Server tools.
Create a full server backup or snapshot of the App Volumes Manager server.
- Open the Windows Control Panel then click . Uninstall the current version of the App Volumes Manager.
- Run the App Volumes Manager setup.exe file and follow on-screen prompts.
Do not select the Overwrite existing database check box.
- Log in to App Volumes Manager and go to .
A list of configured machine managers is displayed.
- To retain connectivity from App Volumes Manager to each of the configured machine managers, click under each machine manager, and click the button and accept the certificate.