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Exchange 2010 SP1 Rollup 8 update Freezes

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Has anyone had a chance to roll the latest update from Microsoft to Exchange 2010 SP1, the rollup is Rollup 8.  I started the install through Windows Update, and its been sitting on it for over 2 hours now.  Is this normal?  Rollup 7 only took about 35-40 minutes to install when it got released.  Any suggestions on what I should do?  Should I let it keep going, or cancel the Windows Update process, reboot the server, and try it again?

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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 1000 total points
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It takes time so just hang on and let it work

Yes please let it keep going on

- Rancy
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Any rollup take a long time to apply so bare with it.
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Thank you!  It finally rolled, so I think we'll be ok :)  Thank you!!
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