This article will guide you through the process for migrating the ADSelfService Plus installation from one machine to another.
Detecting the PostgresSQL version: The version of PostgreSQL can be detected by running the command pgsql\bin>postgres.exe -V from the command prompt within the pgsql folder in the location where ADSelfService Plus is installed (usually C:\ManageEngine\ADSelfService Plus).
restoreDB.bat compressed_file_name.zip -p <password>
E.g.:restoreDB.bat 081224-1547.zip -p <password>
The password for the database backup file could be one of two types:
If you have forgotten the password to the backup file, but have access to the ADSelfService Plus installation directory, the encrypted password can be obtained from the customer-config.xml file (<installation_dir>\conf\customer-config.xml), and you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to decrypt it.
If not, the backup will be inaccessible and a new backup will have to be created.
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