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The Office 365 Deployment Readiness Tool - Does it look at the service pack levels of your Exchange infrastructure?

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I am trying to determine if The Office 365 Deployment Readiness Tool inspects your Exchange Server for Service Pack levels?
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It will look at the version number.
The version number of Exchange 2007 and higher corresponds to the service pack. Therefore if it queries the environment and finds Exchange 8.2 or lower then it will throw an error because you need to be on 8.3 (Service Pack 3) with rollup 10 to work.

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