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Upgrade Virtual Server 2005 R2 to R2 SP1

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I am running Virtual Server 2005 R2 and i need to update to R2 SP1 service pack.   I have three virtual servers plus the host to update.  Does anyone know the steps i need to take to run the patch?  I think i run the patch on the host.  then what?  Do i run the patch on all the virtual servers too?  Any one know what the steps are?
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The Service Pack is just applied to the Host not the VM's.

Prior to running the Service Pack if you have the space on another server I would recommend shutting down the VM's and backing them up just in case something happens to go wrong. I only say this because it is an M$ product and we all know THINGS do happen.
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ok.  good.

So i do the following:
1. shut down the VM's
2. backup the vm files
3. run the r2 sp1
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4. boot up the vm's
5. don't i have to do the got to each virtual machine on teh web consile and run the extension add-in?

what other steps?  do you know?

thanks!
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I felt that i asked a clear question.  I think the question was not answered fully.  I think there is more to do with my question then what was told.  I responded for clarification and i did not get a resonse back.
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