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Exchange 2007 SP3 Update Rollup 3-v2 doesn't reflect v8.03.0159.002 on server configuration screen

KSBTech asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I just successfully upgraded from Exchange 2007 v8.2.176.2 to SP3  Rebooted the server verified v8.3.83.6 was listed on the server configuration screen and successfully tested functionallity.

I then upgraded to Exchange 2007 SP3 Update Rollup 3-v2 and received a successfull upgrade compleation message.  Rebooted the server, but the version listed on the server configuration screen is still v8.3.83.6, when it should be v8.03.0159.002.  I tried reinstalling Rollup 3-v2, but it didn't help.  I have tested and Exchange seems to be working just fine.

We are using ForeFront Protection and I did disable ForeFront before installing the updates.

I haven't opened the server up to internal users or external mail yet and have a SAN snapshot of the Exchange programs, database and logs (D & L drives), but the OS (C drive) is on direct attached storage and I don't have an image of it.

I figured I would check to see if anyone else has run into this before trying to revert the SAN components back to SP2.
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