wimdevriendt
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Hi,
I have installed YAF on Microsoft Azure,
When i go to version check i see the following :
Your YAF.NET Version: 2.2.3 (Date: 6/7/2016).

The Latest Stable Version is: 2.2.4.5 (Date: 11/19/2017).

When i click on upgrade and enter the configuration key is see the following :
Welcome to the YAF.NET Upgrade Process

Click "Next" to start the Upgrade process.

Current Version: YAF.NET v2.2.3 (60)
Upgrade Version: YAF.NET v2.2.3 (60)

so the upgrade is the same version ?
Do i have to copy the upgrade package zip file somewhere ?
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tha_watcha
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Originally Posted by: wimdevriendt 

Hi,
I have installed YAF on Microsoft Azure,
When i go to version check i see the following :
Your YAF.NET Version: 2.2.3 (Date: 6/7/2016).

The Latest Stable Version is: 2.2.4.5 (Date: 11/19/2017).

When i click on upgrade and enter the configuration key is see the following :
Welcome to the YAF.NET Upgrade Process

Click "Next" to start the Upgrade process.

Current Version: YAF.NET v2.2.3 (60)
Upgrade Version: YAF.NET v2.2.3 (60)

so the upgrade is the same version ?
Do i have to copy the upgrade package zip file somewhere ?



Yes you need first copy the content of the upgrade package to the server. See the documentation for more information
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAFNET/wiki/Upgrade- (from-Version-1.9.5.5-or-above)

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