If you need to use Administration Server on a new device, you can move it in one of the following ways:
To move Administration Server and the database server to a new device:
If you use SQL Server as a DBMS for Administration Server, you can migrate the data from SQL Server to MySQL or MariaDB DBMS. To do this, run the klbackup utility in interactive mode to create a data backup. Enable the Migrate to MySQL/MariaDB format option in the Backup settings window of the Backup and Restore Wizard. Kaspersky Security Center will create a backup compatible with MySQL and MariaDB. After that, you can restore the data from the backup into MySQL or MariaDB.
You can also enable the Migrate to Azure format option to if you want to migrate the data from SQL Server to Azure SQL DBMS.
When you select a DBMS, consider the number of devices covered by the Administration Server.
The Custom installation window
Example of the Connection settings window for Microsoft SQL Server
Depending on where you need to locate the database server, do one of the following:
If you use SQL Server as a DBMS on the previous and new devices, note that the version of SQL Server installed on the new device must be the same or later than the version of SQL Server installed on the previous device. Otherwise, you cannot recover Administration Server data on the new device.
You can also use Kaspersky Security Center Web Console to move Administration Server and a database server to another device.