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Please look at Jetze Mellema’s blog for some detailed info & at Dave Stork’s blog post for consolidated information on this service pack.Changing the Active Directory schema is a big deal in some environments and you might not be able to do this just as part of the Exchange upgrade.if you just want to grab the bits get them here; Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 directly from Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 and SP2 can coexist for the time you need to upgrade the entire organizations.Once you started to upgrade it’s best to upgrade all nodes in the Exchange Organization as fast as you can to SP2.If you don't see anything at all on screen, especially if you think the updates might have been installed completely but could be the cause of whatever you're experiencing, see our How to Fix Problems Caused by Windows Updates tutorial instead.Most often, these types of problems are due to a software conflict or a preexisting issue that simply wasn't brought to light until the Windows updates started installing.This is the schema upgrade that is needed for Exchange 2010.If you had run this one manually it would not have to this step and you’ll see later it only does is for the first server you upgrade (note that it is missing form the second screen print, which was taken from the second CAS/HUB role server).

You’ll have to wait for them to give you the go ahead when everything is replicated and all is still working fine.

While we might check and install updates manually from time to time, most Windows 10 computers are configured to apply important updates automatically, while older versions like Windows 7 and Windows 8 usually apply these fixes the night of Patch Tuesday.