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In-place upgrade Rollup 7 for Exchange 2010 Server SP3 to Rollup 14.

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Our servers in Exchange 2010 on-premises environment are running Update Rollup 7 Exchange 2010 Server SP3 (14.03.02.10.002).

Can we download and IN-PLACE UPGRADE Update Rollup 14 for Exchange Server 2010 SP3 (14.03.0301.000)?  Is reboot expected?  

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Hi,

yes, you can install latest UR for exchange. That is supported. As I recall, reboot is required.

PS: If you have more then 1 server, then you should install the update on the CAS and HT servers before doing the Mailbox servers.

Regards,
Ivan.
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Thanks.

The C drive of the servers only have 22GB left.  Do you think it is enough?
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by:Ivan
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Hi,

it is enough, since entire exchange does not takes even close to that size, but there is a question how much is 22gb compared to drive size?
If your drive is like 200Gb and now you have 22Gb then that can be a problem soon.
Exchange don't like to have less then 6% of free space on that drive, so make sure not to overuse it, or you may end up with mail flow problems.

In other words, if drive is like 50-100Gb and you have 22Gb free, then it is ok :)

Regards,
Ivan.
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by:Todd Nelson
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The update rollups (UR) are cumulative and only the latest one needs to be applied.  Microsoft only supports the latest 2 URs. Therefore, UR13 and UR14 are the only URs that are currently supported for Exchange 2010 SP3.


After the UR install completes, it does not require a restart.  However, I would recommend a restart.

Exchange 2010 SP3 UR14 is 48MB in size.  You should have plenty of space.
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