Hi all, I have been tasked with migrating an ISPConfig3 multiserver setup to new VMs. Hoping that it would simplify the process we also got the Migration Toolkit. Unfortunately the website offers instructions only for single server migration and I feel key info is missing for multi server setups. So I wanted to ask for advice here to avoid messing up things. The setup is the following: Master node with only the ISPConfig CP on it. No other roles. Slave node for web, lets say web1. It has the web, file and db server roles. Slave node for mail, mail1. It has only the mail role. 2x Slave node for DNS, ns1 and ns2. Only the dns role. I started with the VM of lowest importance, the ns2. The migration tool instructions say you need ISPConfig on the new VM, so according to that I installed it in single server mode. I did NOT install bind9, which was probably my mistake, but the instructions say you need to add software only if using the ispcopy tool, not the migration tool. After that the ./migrate seemed to run correctly. However I saw no zone files in /etc/bind, maybe because bind9 was not fully installed like I said. Also I didn't know what to do to "point" it to the master. I tried uninstall.php and then install.php. It showed up in ISPConfig but no zone files yet. I tried Resync but maybe I didn't select correctly the checkboxes because it didn't help. At this point I ran out of patience so I simply destroyed the new VM and started with blank VM, installed ISPConfig (no migration) and added it to the multi setup. So you can say I have ns2 migrated now, but it was in a "dirty" way. I didn't actually migrate anything, just destroyed one node and added a new one. I was able to get away with this because it was ns2, but the other nodes I need to migrate, one way or the other. Can someone please give me the steps how to migrate multi setup with the migration tool? Or without it if there is a better, recommended way? I have googled around and have seen some advice for migrations by copying files, but not sure what is best to do now because I also have the licensed migration tool. And how complicated is the master migration gonna be? That scares me a little, especially after the issues I had with the simple ns2 node. Thanks a lot in advance. Darko.