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Microsoft Exchange Server

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sgreene2991
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Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 29, 12 22:46

I keep seeing a version of Exchange called "14.02.5004.000" yet the most recent version of is "14.02.0318.002", am I missing something? Does it say that it is MS Exchange and really its something else?  
 
  

batlon13
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Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 10:05

I think this is MS exchange. nothing else.  
 
  

BitHead
Senior Member
 

Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 18:55

^^How is that answer helpful?

On the Official build list HERE, I am not even seeing 14.02.0318.002. May 29, 2012 14.02.0309.002 is shown as the latest.

Are your running a command in the shell to get that version number or querying the Exchange Server Object in Active Directory? Give me a bit and I will check some of the VMs I have to see what version they are running.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 19:27

- BitHead

On the Official build list HERE, I am not even seeing 14.02.0318.002. May 29, 2012 14.02.0309.002 is shown as the latest.

JFYI:
www.microsoft.com/en-u...x?id=30478

Version: 14.02.0318.002


It looks like the "official build list" needs an update....
Quite a serious matter IMHO, since the update is rated Critical:
technet.microsoft.com/...n/MS12-058

On the other hand, if you just google for "14.02.5004.000" you will find any number of .ics files with content:
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//E
N">\n<HTML>\n<HEAD>\n<META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="MS Exchange Server ve
rsion 14.02.5004.000">\n<TITLE></TITLE>\n</HEAD>\n



jaclaz
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BitHead
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Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 19:40

Thanks for the link Jaclaz, however Rollup 4 is quite old. Rollup 7 is the current.

I was trying to find something official from MS with build numbers, and unfortunately the page I linked to seems to be the most current.

FWIW I just queried one of the VMs I have. It is running Rollup 6 and shows Version 14.1 <Build218.15> and in the console it still shows 14.01.0393.000.

EDIT: Just installed Rollup 7 and it displays the same version info as Rollup 6.  
 
  

jaclaz
Senior Member
 

Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 20:37

- BitHead

Thanks for the link Jaclaz, however Rollup 4 is quite old. Rollup 7 is the current.

.....

EDIT: Just installed Rollup 7 and it displays the same version info as Rollup 6.

Hmmm. Shocked

I presume that SP2 R4 is still more recent than SP1 R7....

From the very page you listed for Rollup 7 (for Service Pack 1):
www.microsoft.com/en-u...x?id=30480


Update Rollup 7 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1

Version: 14.01.0421.000 Date published: 8/13/2012


PLease note how on the page for Rollup 4 (for Service Pack 2) there is also
:

Update Rollup 4 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2
Version: 14.02.0318.002 Date published: 8/13/2012


Me still thinks that the good MS guys are doing (again) a nice mess with versions and dates....

jaclaz
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BitHead
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Re: Microsoft Exchange Server

Post Posted: Aug 30, 12 22:07

- jaclaz
I presume that SP2 R4 is still more recent than SP1 R7....
One would think. But Windows Update does not seem to think so.

I have Exchange running in a VM just for testing and Windows Update shows Exchange as up to date. Makes me wonder how many unpatched Exchange 2010 servers are out there. I am downloading SP2 just to play, it will be interesting to see what WU thinks after I install that.

You just have to love patch management.  
 

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