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Exchange upgrade and AD schema update

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Dear All,

I have exchange 2010 installed in my company, I bring a new hardware and I want to install Exchange 2010 SP1  on it, I would like to ask, do I have to extend the AD schema for that?

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which mean yes, thanks for the link
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