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    Upgrading to Exchange 2007 SP3


    Consider the following conditions when you upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP3:

    • If you install Exchange 2007 SP3 on a computer that is running the RTM version of Exchange 2007, all server roles are upgraded to Exchange 2007 SP3. You cannot choose which server roles you want to upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP3.
    • If you want to add a server role to a computer after you upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP3, you must run the Exchange 2007 SP3 Setup program. This differs from the process that you must follow for earlier versions of Microsoft Exchange. For example, when you add a component to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 installation, you must run the Exchange 2003 Setup program to change the installation, and then reapply the service pack.
    • We recommend that you upgrade your servers that are running the Mailbox server role after you upgrade your servers that are running the server roles in the following list. Upgrade your computers in the following order:
      • Client Access servers
      • Unified Messaging servers
      • Hub Transport servers
      • Edge Transport servers
      • Mailbox servers

      If you upgrade your servers in this order, you may avoid potential service interruptions.
    • We recommend that you upgrade Client Access servers that reside on Internet-facing sites before you upgrade Client Access servers that reside on sites that do not have Internet connectivity.

    Consider the following conditions when you upgrade servers that are running the RTM version of Exchange 2007 together with Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server:

    • The original release (RTM) version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server is incompatible with Exchange 2007 SP3.
      You must either remove Forefront Security for Exchange Server or upgrade it to a later version before you can upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP3. The Exchange 2007 SP3 Setup program does not meet the prerequisites if the computer is running the RTM version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server.
    • If you are running the latest version of Forefront Security for Exchange Server, you must stop all Forefront services before you run the Exchange 2007 SP3 Setup program.

    Consider the following conditions when you install Exchange 2007 SP3 on clustered Mailbox servers.


    Consider the following conditions when you install Exchange 2007 SP3 on a server that uses Outlook Web Access and if the regional language is set to Spanish:

    • If the regional language is set to Spanish when you create a contact in Outlook Web Access, the name fields are mapped as follows:
      • "Nombre" in Spanish is mapped to “First name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.
      • "Inicial" in Spanish is mapped to “Middle name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.
      • "Apellidos" in Spanish is mapped to “Last name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.

    • This is a change from the behavior of Exchange 2007 RTM and of Exchange 2007 SP1. In the earlier versions of Exchange 2007, the name fields are mapped as follows:
      • "Nombre" in Spanish is mapped to “First name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.
      • "Primer Apellido" in Spanish is mapped to “Middle name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.
      • "Segundo Apellido" in Spanish is mapped to “Last name” in English and to the underlying storage in Exchange.

      For more information about how to troubleshoot issues that may occur because of this change, see Name Mapping in Outlook Web Access Contacts is Reversed After Installing Exchange 2007 SP2 When Regional Language Is Spanish.

    To upgrade a server to Exchange 2007 SP3 by using the graphical user interface, follow these steps:

    1. Run Setup.exe from the Exchange 2007 SP3 installation folder. This action starts the Exchange 2007 Setup wizard. The Setup program detects that you want to upgrade the Exchange 2007 installation to a later version of Exchange 2007.
    2. Under Install, click Install Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Follow the Setup wizard to complete the installation, and accept all default options.

    Note:
    You cannot specify which server roles you want to upgrade to Exchange 2007 SP3.




    To upgrade a server to Exchange 2007 SP3 from the command line, follow these steps:

    1. At a command prompt, connect to the AMD64 or I386 directory of the Exchange 2007 SP3 media location.
    2. Run Setup.com /mode:upgrade. Accept all default options when you perform the steps from the command line.


    Remember: You can't upgrade to DC/GC to windows server 2008 R2 before upgrading exchange server 2007 SP1 to Rollup 9 , SP2 or SP3.

    Description of Update Rollup 9 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1.

    for more info please find this post
    http://egyeng.com/forums/showthread.php?6831


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    Exchange 2007 SP3 upgrading issue.


    Exchange 2007 SP3 S/MIME MisMatch


    Hope you all would have planned to upgrade your Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2007 SP3. In this post I would like to inform you one of the issues reported. In Exchange 2007 SP3, there is a mismatch between OWA (Outlook Web Access) S/MIME control. An active X component provides the S/MIME support in OWA. So, after you upgrade the exchange 2007 with SP3, the user will be prompted to install the upgraded version of the control into their client computers. The mechanism works in this way, the code checks the ‘Version’ of the client S/MIME control (MIMECTL.DLL) in end user’s computer with the ProductVersion of MSI file (OWASMIME.MSI) on the CAS server. During the SP3 release, the version of the MSI has incremented to 8.3.83.2. However, the DLL in MSI retained to the old one (8.3.83.0). So even though the client has updated the S/MIME version it will still prompt them to install the latest version (in IE browser).

    Fix it easily using one of the below solutions:

    1. Download and run the PatchMSIProductVersion.vbs script which changes the version number. Note, the download is named PatchMSIProductVersion.vbs_txt. Remove the _txt from the file extension before running it.
    2. If you have the Orca.exe utility, you can change the version number of the \Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\Owa\smime\owasmime.msi file from 8.3.83.2 to 8.3.83.0.

    Restart you IIS, use the IISReset cmdlet.
    So plan your deployment!
    Ref - Exchange 2007 SP3 and OWA S/MIME Version Mismatch

    After you use either of the above methods, restart IIS. (Use the IISReset command.)
    We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused users.
    NOTE: If your users don’t use the S/MIME control, no action is required. Some discussions in community forums include another possible workaround which suppresses the upgrade prompt by using the ForceSMIMEClientUpgrade registry key (see How to Manage S/MIME for Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2007 docs for details). Although this may work under the situation, we do not recommend using this method for this version mismatch issue on an ongoing basis.Update: The issue has been fixed in Update Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 3
    Last edited by Mohamed Fouad; 10-01-2011 at 07:05 PM.

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