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Exchange 2003 store.exe and exoledb.dll showing different version - How do we update these ?

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We've got a problem with OWA crashing the Exchange 2003 SP2 store and have checked the versions for both store.exe and exoledb.dll and they're showing as 6.5.7654.12 (Store.exe) and 6.5.7638.1 (Exoledb.dll) which according to Microsoft ( http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=959254 ) could be causing this.
It says theres a security bullitin for it which lists both of these files with the same version number and says to re-apply the hotifx but it doesn't say which one or where to get it from.
I have tried to re-install SP2 but the version haven't changed.
Does anyone know where i can download this from or is there another way around this ?
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run windows update with exchange updates from micrsoft website
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Alan Hardisty earned 500 total points
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Please manually replace the exoledb.dll version you have with this one of the same version from an SBS 2003 server I manage.

Or download the patch from the following link:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=E099C1D1-5AF6-4D6C-B735-9599412B3131&displaylang=en


exoledb.zip
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That's done the trick.

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