Question regarding SBS R2 and KB 911829

Posted on 2007-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have a client which is experencing exactly this on SBS 2003 with Exchange Service Pack 2 and Vista clients using OWA

I need to confirm if the server needs a reboot after

Is applied, also just want to confirm that will also not effect Standard OWA access for XP Pro IE 6 and 7 clients, and have no other detremental effect on a SBS R2 SP1 exchange SP2 machine.

Any other pointers would be great.
Question by:IPLCommunication
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    Accepted Solution

    No all you need is a IISreset. I should do this automatically.
    XP clients are unaffected.
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    by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
    Just FYI, the KB article specifically states:

    Restart requirement
    The IIS Admin Service and all dependant services are automatically stopped and then restarted when you install this hotfix package.

    And just to check, I installed it on my test server which handled it with ease.  No problems whatsoever.


    Author Comment

    This was a SBS R2 correct. I just dont want any stuff ups.
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    by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
    It's fine on R2.

    But let me suggest that you should ALWAYS run a full backup anytime you add any type of hotfix or service pack so that you can revert to your previous configuration should things go wrong.


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