Migration from DS214+ to DS920+

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Wanting to know the best way to swap drives from my old DS214+ to a new DS920+, I read somewhere that as long as they are both running DSM 7, it is simply a case of removing drives and placing them into the DS920+ in same order, correct? any help would be super useful.
 
Wanting to know the best way to swap drives from my old DS214+ to a new DS920+, I read somewhere that as long as they are both running DSM 7, it is simply a case of removing drives and placing them into the DS920+ in same order, correct? any help would be super useful.
You will need to have the same DSM running that is correct. It will then be a simple method of drive migration and as Telos said, order is not important, but you can put them in the same order if you want
 
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