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How to verify if an applied windows schem is updated

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How to verify if an applied windows schem is updated
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dstewartjr, that is not what I'm asking for...My apologies for the confusion.

We will prepare the schema before installing exchange and other tools...

How can i know that the schema is actually updated..this is my query
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