As we announced yesterday, Update Rollup 1 (UR1) for System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager is now available. As noted in the KB article, there are additional steps that must be taken in order to avoid some potentially serious issues you may encounter when upgrading your VMM 2012 R2 server. Steve Bucci and DeWitt Hurst, both Senior Support Escalation Engineers on our VMM team, worked together to create the video below that will walk you through these steps.
The video is only 5 minutes long and we highly encourage you to watch it before installing UR1. The video can also be found here.
J.C. Hornbeck | Solution Asset PM | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division
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I ended up installing UR1 through Windows Update. Would that have run the SQL script already, or do I need to go ahead and do that still?
The correct VMM version after the UR1 is applied is 3.2.7620.0
Remove this from Windows Update! Josh, no, getting the update from Windows update will not run the SQL script.
Why do these come down as cab files from the Windows Update Catalog when I want to manually get them? Why can't we get a simple .exe like CUs for other products like SharePoint/Project server?