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Update Rollup in Exchange 2007 SCR environment.

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Could you please advise to update Rollup in Exchange 2007 SCR environment.? I would appreciate. if you provide step by step process, Thanks
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Patch all targets for the SCR first, then reboot.
Then patch the source for the SCR.
That is it, nothing else more complicated in an SCR cluster.

Simon.
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In the CCR, we would need to install first in passive mode and to move the cluster node, before start the update in Active node.

Move-ClusteredMailboxServer <ClusterGroupName> -TargetMachine <Passive node> -MoveComment "Applying update rollup"

What about SCR. Here you mentioned SCR target is "which enabled the SCR for storage group server right? And the SCR source is CCR or SCC right?

Please confirm if we don't do anything for SCR, Thanks.
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Hi Simon

In the CCR, we would need to install first in passive mode and to move the cluster node, before start the update in Active node.

Move-ClusteredMailboxServer <ClusterGroupName> -TargetMachine <Passive node> -MoveComment "Applying update rollup"

What about SCR. Here you mentioned SCR target is "which enabled the SCR for storage group server right? And the SCR source is CCR or SCC right?

Please confirm if we don't do anything for SCR, Thanks.
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If there was something else to be done in a NSCR platform I would have said.
SCR does not have failover concerns, because it requires manual intervention.
If you were running SCC, then that is a different matter. However in SCR, you just patch the targets, then the source.

Do you have CCR or SCC as well? You original question said nothing about that.

Simon.
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