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Hi Experts,

I just install Exchange 2010 on a Windows server 2008 R2 machine.

I want to update the service pack for Exchange 2010.

How should I go about this ?

Should I install SP1, then SP2, then SP3 ?

Please let me know.

Thanks
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by:Britt Thompson
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The services paces are cumulative so you can go straight to SP3. Then, you'll want to download the latest rollup update to install after the SP3 patch.
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I started installing SP 2 is this still ok?

Should I stay on SP 2 or should I go to SP 3 ?
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I'd suggest going to SP3 for the latest security features and whatnot. You can finish SP2 and then install SP3, no worries.
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Thank you, I appreciate it.
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Thank you!
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dont forget sp3 will update your schema.
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