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Should the databases in Exchange 2010 be dismounted prior to installing Windows and Exchange updates?
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windows updates won't affect that but likely will need to reboot so there will be an outage anyway

most exchange updates will stop the information store service which will make the databases dismount anyway; no need to do manually
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Thanks!
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