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Exchange 2010 SP3 upgrade on SBS 2011

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Hi Experts,

I have to upgrade Exchange 2010 to SP3 but I receive a warning :

Mailbox Role Prerequisites
Completed

Warning:
Install hotfix Microsoft Knowledge Base article 2550886 from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2550886 to improve Windows Failover Cluster transient communication instability when deploying stretched Database Availability Groups across datacenters.

I download the hotfix from Microsoft (Windows6.1-KB2550886-x64.msu) but it won't install on my system (SBS 2011).

Could I ignore the warning and upgrade Exchange without any problem ?


Thank you very much in advance for your answers, best regards,
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
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Ignore the warning.
It doesn't apply to you because
a. You are using a single server (it is for clusters)
b. You are using standard edition of Windows (Which SBS is based on) but clustering required Enterprise edition of Windows on 2008R2.

It is just a warning, it will not stop Exchange 2010 SP3 from installing.

Simon.
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Thanks Simon !
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