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How install .msp updates on SBS 2008

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I wont install rollup 10 for Exchange 2007 i.e. .msp file. How run Windows installer as Administrator? Otherwise "Installer has insufficient privileges..."
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by:ThorinO
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What happens if you right click and run as administrator?

Can you install Exchange SP3 then rollup 1

http://www.sbsfaq.com/?p=1992
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by:JanVosejpka2
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because it is not programm, but .msp, there is not "Run as administrator" offer in menu. :-((
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Right clicking on a command prompt, and choosing run as administrator. Then change directory to folder where the MSI is, and run the MSP from there.
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OK, thanks, thanks! I try it before, but put there bad extension (.msi in place of .msp)
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Good deal, thanks
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