Can I reapply service pack 2?

Posted on 2007-11-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-21
I have an issue with Backup Exec and their tech support has advised me to RE-apply service pack 2 to my sbs2003 server. Does anyone know if it is safe to do that? do I need to take any precautions before doing it?
Question by:activateahsd
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Expert Comment

ID: 20382988
i've reapplied service packs alot in the past and never had a single issue.  it's just like adding a fresh coat of paint on something.

Author Comment

ID: 20387810
thanks for that - is it just a case of re-running server 2003 sp2?
do i need to reapply sbs2003 service pack 2 after as well?

Accepted Solution

wfcraven12 earned 500 total points
ID: 20388961
if you go to the MS update page after the initial reinstall of sp2, it'll tell you what needs to be reapplied.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 31411931
perfect - thanks

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