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Posted on 2014-02-14
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I'm getting the attached errors with trying to upgrade to exchange SP3
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by:Michael Machie
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Unfortunately we cannot see your pics. Did you upload and then embed them? it is a two-step process to show pictures here.
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by:bbayachek
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lets try it again.
exchange-2010-copy.png
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by:Michael Machie
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Much better!
This looks like the remnants of a failed install. Is this also your DC or is that a separate server? Is this a new install?
Seems the AD object already exists and fails trying to create it.
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by:bbayachek
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Its an upgrade of
Exchange Server 2010
Microsoft Corporation
Version: 14.00.0722.000

to exchange SP3. This is not a DC. Its a separate server.
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Michael Machie earned 250 total points
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I am wondering if you would need to do a step process to update. Although i don't have a direct answer, i would assume that you could apply this update without needing previous ones.  
What SP are you on and which rollup version are you on?
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by:bbayachek
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter
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any thoughts?
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my apologies for the delay - moving my office and house so I have been busy.

I do not know but I am wondering if your version is compatible with your OS. I know sometimes this is an issue so hopefully another Expert will chime in with some answers.
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That's ok. I'm going to be moving too in about 3 months so I understand.
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