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  1. Export the CardioLog registry key to a *.reg file:
    • 32-bit machine  - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Intlock\CardioLog  
    • 64-bit machine  - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Intlock\CardioLog
  2. Edit the CardioLog registry key (*.reg file):

    "DATABASEINSTANCE"="[database server name]"

    "TARGETDIR"="[CardioLog Installation Folder]"

      [database server name] - The database server name that currently hosts the CardioLog database.
      [CardioLog Installation Folder] - The Edit the installation folder path where to match the path that the CardioLog application is currently installed inwill be installed on, on the new server.

  3. Import the CardioLog registry key to the new server by copying the *.reg file to the new server and double clicking on it.
  4. Disable both CardioLog windows services, CardioLog Diagnostics Service and CardioLog Scheduling Service, on the old CardioLog application server.
  5. Run the CardioLog installer on the new server using the credentials of your CardioLog service account. Follow the Installation Wizard steps.
  6. Contact us to receive the required licenses for the new server and apply them using the License Admin tool (copy the Microsoft.Licensing.LicAdmin.exe tool from [CardioLog Installation Directory]\Setup Files\SLPS\ to [CardioLog Installation Folder]\CardioLogScheduleServices\ and execute it from there).
  7. In the CardioLog database, edit the server name in the tab_management and tab_global_settings tables by executing the following SQL script (edit the old and new CardioLog server name):

    Use CardioLog
    GO

    declare @oldName varchar(max) = 'CardioLog old machine name'; declare @newName varchar(max) = 'CardioLog new machine name'; --== 1. tab_management table update tab_management set url = replace(url, @oldName, @newName), serverName = @newName; --== 2. Global settings --== 2.1. CardioLog.Host exec [dbo].[stp_global_settings_upsert] @Category = 'CardioLog', @Name = 'Host', @Value = @newName, @ReplaceIfExists = 1; --== 2.2. PdfExport.CardioLogPdfRoot declare @value varchar(max) = (select Value from tab_global_settings where Category = 'PdfExport' and Name = 'CardioLogPdfRoot'); if (@value is not null) begin set @value = replace(@value, @oldName, @newName); update tab_global_settings set Value = @value where Category = 'PdfExport' and Name = 'CardioLogPdfRoot'; end
  8. If you have implemented the CardioLog Analytics SharePoint Feature on your Web Front Ends (WFEs), edit all instances of the CardioLog server name (eg., http://[CardioLog server name:port]/ ) in the /_layouts/CardioLogAgent/web.config file, located on the SharePoint WFEs respectively:

    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\CardioLogAgent\web.config

    Otherwise, edit the CardioLog Java Script tracking code embedded within a common Java Script file, located on your SharePoint WFEs. The code is located at the end of the file, between the comments: //Intlock tracking code start and  //Intlock tracking code end

    For MOSS 2007 only:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\1033\core.js

    For SharePoint 2010 only:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\1033\init.js

    For SharePoint 2013 only:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\init.js

    For SharePoint 2016 only:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\init.js

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