Moving LANGuardian from one server to another?

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How do I export the settings from the current to the new one?
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This involves moving a standalone LANGuardian deployment (single system) from one physical server to another.

1. Backup your current configuration file on old system. Do this by pointing your browser to https://x.x.x.x/sysadm/backup.cgi

2. Download the backup locally by locating the matching backup file on old system, by pointing your browser to
htttps://x.x.x.x/sysadm/rollback.cgi and click on the file to download.

3. Take old system offline.

4. Copy the configuration file to new system by adding old rollback, by pointing your browser to htttps://x.x.x.x/sysadm/rollback.cgi and click add.

5. Rollback to this specific configuration file. The IP address will reset back to the old system IP address.

6. Check sensor status by pointing your browser to

7. Request new license by verifying system ID on new system. In order to generate your new license file, we need you to confirm your LANGuardian system ID.

a. Click on the settings icon in the LANGuardian menu bar and select Configuration.
b. Go to the System section, and click View the system license.
Copy the System ID which is a long string and forward that to