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Installing service packs and hotfixes on Exchange 2007 with Forefront Security for Exchange installed.

Installing service packs and hotfixes on Exchange 2007 with Forefront Security for Exchange installed.

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Installing service packs and hot fixes on an Exchange 2007 server with Forefront Security for Exchange is a routine task that administrators should do, below are the information for how to install it:

  1. Stop all Exchange-related services. Also, stop any Forefront Security for Exchange Server-related services that may be running after Exchange has stopped.
  2. Run the FSCUtility tool to disconnect Forefront Security for Exchange Server from Exchange. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Start a command prompt, and then change the directory to that of the Forefront Security for Exchange Server installation.
    2. Type the following command, and then press ENTER: FSCUtility /disable
  3. Install the service pack or the hotfix.
  4. Start the Exchange-related services, and then verify that all the Exchange-related services are running.
  5. Stop all the Exchange-related services.
  6. Run the FSCUtility tool to connect Forefront Security for Exchange Server to Exchange. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Start a command prompt, and then change the directory to that of the Forefront Security for Exchange Server installation.
    2. Type the following command, and then press ENTER: FSCUtility /enable
  7. Start the Exchange-related services.
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