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Exchange 2007 Update Rollup Order

Dear Experts,

I just applied SP3 and update Rollup 5 directly on my Exchange 2007 SP2 w/ RU5 server. Everything went well and we'r up and running...
Now my Windows Update is suggesting me to download and update Exchange RU4. My question is, doesn't RU5 contain all previous RU updates? If not, is it ok for me to install SP3 RU4 on this Exchange that has SP3 / RU5  already installed?
It's a standalone Exchange server.

Please shed some light!
Thanks,
Sharad
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
I don't think you need to apply any previous version anymore.

http://www.howexchangeworks.com/2011/09/update-rollup-5-for-exchange-2007-sp3.html
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
I also assume, you have restarted the server after applying the SP3 and Rollup 5, if not restart it
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raisharadAuthor Commented:
Ok, will do and post the result.
thanks,
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raisharadAuthor Commented:
Restarted the server, but it's still offering me RU4!!!

Please advice,
Sharad
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Technically it is not required, as you are running at higher version, you can ignore the alert or disable it.
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raisharadAuthor Commented:
I spoke too soon! I reran the "Check for Updates now" on the server and it showed me a list of 5 new updates w/o the RU4 update.

Restart did fix it!
thanks,
Sharad
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