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    Z-wave interface failed. Adding a new interface

    I have HS4 running for about a year on surface pro. I was going to transfer it to a Dell Optiplex 3050 micro, but before I did the z-wave interface failed.

    I have backed up on the Surface pro and restored it to Optiplex. I have added a new Aeotec z-stick gen 5+ and removed the UZB3. The aeotec is now the only interface and is enabled.

    How do I get the new stick to communicate with the devices?

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    Originally posted by Mr Rusty View Post
    I have HS4 running for about a year on surface pro. I was going to transfer it to a Dell Optiplex 3050 micro, but before I did the z-wave interface failed.

    I have backed up on the Surface pro and restored it to Optiplex. I have added a new Aeotec z-stick gen 5+ and removed the UZB3. The aeotec is now the only interface and is enabled.

    How do I get the new stick to communicate with the devices?
    You need to restore the new Z-Wave interface. You should have backups stored under \HomeSeer HS*\Data\Z-Wave. A new backup is automatically created with each inclusion or exclusion. Pick “Restore Interface from Backup”.

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    Pick the backup file.

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    Then Start

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    HS4 Pro, 4.2.19.16 Windows 10 pro, Supermicro LP Xeon

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      Brilliant, thanks for that.

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