No Server ID created after re-installation

Hello!

We are migrating from Windows to Ubuntu, and I have just finished installing Confluence. When it was time to enter the Confluence license key there was a proper server id, but now I need to install plugins and I don't have a server id.

What now?

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Here is the detail steps that you will need to take if the previously mentioned suggestion does not work:

Hope it helps.

Cheers,
Septa Cahyadiputra

If you have your previous server ID, you can add it to the file <CONFLUENCE_DATA>/confluence.cfg.xml , in the field wiht the tags:

&lt;property name="confluence.setup.server.id"&gt;XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX&lt;/property&gt;

You will need to restart Confluence to pick up the changes.

I finally ended up doing a new installtion instead of fiddling around.

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