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Update Two Exchange 2013 CU3 in DAG to CU6

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Hi All,

  I have two exchange 2013 CU3 in DAG, I use Hardware load balancer  KEMP, I need to do the below

Upgrade both servers to CU6 without downtime  or with a very less mail disturbance .

can I migrate direct from CU 3 to CU6 or I need CU6?

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Seth Simmons earned 500 total points
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going to ask the same thing i asked in your other thread
why not CU7 since it is the latest?
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Ok, can I migrate from CU 3 to CU 7 direct?
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CU stands for cumulative update; you can go from 3 to 7
no need to go to 4, 5, or 6 first
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thanks
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