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Exchange 2007 On SBS 2008

HI I am running Service pack 1 with Roll-up 10 update on Exchange 2007
I see that Service pack 3 is out- My Exchange is working great. Do I really need to run this update?
The last one shut down Exchange after the Roll-up update.
The Exchange Best Practices Analyzer  is not saying to go to the next Service pack.
If I do need to update should I run SP2 first?
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Should you. Wow that is really up to you. I would look at the download page and read over it might help you to make a choice.

You do not need to go to SP2 before SP3

Installing Exchange 2007 SP3
You can use the following methods to install Exchange 2007 SP3:

On a computer that is running the original release version of Exchange 2007, upgrade the program to Exchange 2007 SP3.
On a computer that is running Exchange 2007 SP1, upgrade the program to Exchange 2007 SP3.
On a computer that is running Exchange 2007 SP2, upgrade the program to Exchange 2007 SP3.
Perform a new installation of Exchange 2007 SP3.
jackm1Author Commented:
Yea, I did- I don't see any major security issues but how come the Exchange analyzer didn't mention it?
I do not have an answer to that.

But just in case have you also looked at SP2?

If you do reside to install just install SP3 not SP2. SP2 on SBS you needed a separate installer for SBS.
jackm1Author Commented:
This worked Thank You

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