Difference between revisions of "Current issues in ZCS 8.6"

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Outlook 2011 is unable to negotiate SSL/TLS, probably from disabling RC4 and/or other insecure ciphers
 
Outlook 2011 is unable to negotiate SSL/TLS, probably from disabling RC4 and/or other insecure ciphers
 
With a workaround in the same Bug.
 
With a workaround in the same Bug.
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== License is expired or cannot be upgraded ==
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When Upgrading from 8.5.1 or 8.5, or from 8.0.x users can see the next message:
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    Validating existing license is not expired and qualifies for upgrade
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    Error: License is expired or cannot be upgraded.
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      Aborting upgrade
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This error can be for the next reasons:
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'''a)''' Check if you haven't exhausted the number of activation for the license.
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'''b)''' Check if your support subscription is still valid. Send a email to sales@zimbra.com with Questions about Licensing.

Revision as of 13:58, 15 January 2015

Current (Known) Issues in ZCS 8.6 Build 1153

Bug #97304

Upgrading from 8.5.1 to 8.6 doesn't check the local proxy variables and it fails the upgrade. When upgrading, the Script validates the license against https://license.zimbra.com. If your Server is behind a proxy the upgrade script (and also the license activation itself) ignores the Proxy System Variable.

Bug #97232

Mac Outlook 2011 requires 3DES or RC4 ciphers Outlook 2011 is unable to negotiate SSL/TLS, probably from disabling RC4 and/or other insecure ciphers With a workaround in the same Bug.

License is expired or cannot be upgraded

When Upgrading from 8.5.1 or 8.5, or from 8.0.x users can see the next message:

   Validating existing license is not expired and qualifies for upgrade
   Error: License is expired or cannot be upgraded.
      Aborting upgrade

This error can be for the next reasons: a) Check if you haven't exhausted the number of activation for the license. b) Check if your support subscription is still valid. Send a email to sales@zimbra.com with Questions about Licensing.

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