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Hi

We've currently have 2 instances of Adaxes running in our environment. The first is a legacy standalone system and the new is a HA environment. We needed to get some things working on the new system quickly when we stood it up, so started development on there as soon as it was ready, but we're now in the process of migrating the content across from the legacy system which has left us with a small problem of whether we can copy the Adaxes custom attrubute values from the legacy system to the new one?

If we can't then I'm sure we can work around the issue, the attributes are primarily used for provisioning and deprovisioning staff and the old system is going to stick around to be a dev environment, but it would be nice to be able to get this all out of the old system so that it can be wiped and rebuilt.

Is tihs possible at all?

Thanks

Matt

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Hello,

Yes, it is possible. You can use the following script from our repository: https://www.adaxes.com/script-repository/copy-custom-attribute-values-between-adaxes-services-s591.htm.

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