Installing Service Pack when installing MS-Exchange 2010

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Is it recommended to install the latest service pack and update roll up when installing MS Exchange 2010? Is it part of their servicing strategy? I need some decent answer. Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125659

Installing Service Pack when installing MS-Exchange 2010

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Hello Piper,

It is proper but what to do is to ensure you turn off the check for publisher's certificate revocation option on the server that needs upgrading. Then start explorer, after starting go to the tools menu and click internet options then clear the check for publisher's certificate revocation. It is part of their servicing strategy. I hope that this will work well for you and that it will help in enlightening your knowledge of the Ms exchange server.

Ensure that you turn off and check for pubishers' certificate of revocation option first.

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Installing Service Pack when installing MS-Exchange 2010

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Hi Piper Gray,

It is recommended to always install the latest service pack to your computer machine but first you must check if the latest service pack is compatible with your computer machine. You can follow the steps outlined in the above answer for roll up and if you are using a previous service pack, you can upgrade your existing package by following the sequence outlined below:

  • Upgrade client access servers first, starting with internet facing ones
  • Hub transport and Edge transport servers
  • Mailbox servers
  • Unified Messaging servers

Thank you.

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