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New Deployment Functionality in Exchange 2010 SP1

Exchange 2010
 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2010-07-21

This topic provides a brief overview of the new functionality available for deploying Microsoft Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1). During an Exchange 2010 SP1 installation, you can now select a new option to install the required Windows roles and features for each selected Exchange 2010 SP1 server role.

Exchange 2010 SP1 Setup has been improved to allow you to install the required Windows roles and features. If you select the option to install Windows roles and features, progress is shown and the appropriate roles and features are installed. If a reboot is required, you will have to reboot the server and launch Setup again. When Setup is launched again, Setup will resume where it left off. If you don’t select the option to install Windows roles and features, you can manually install the Windows roles and features and continue Setup after the prerequisites are met.

You can now select the /InstallWindowsComponents parameter during an unattended install of Exchange 2010 SP1. If you select the option to install Windows roles and features, progress is shown and the appropriate roles and features are installed. If a reboot is required, you will have to reboot the server and launch Setup.com again with the /InstallWindowsComponents parameter. If the Windows roles and features were correctly installed, Setup.com will continue.

When you run Exchange 2010 unattended install to upgrade from the release to manufacturing (RTM) version of Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2010 SP1, you can use the Setup.com /m:upgrade /installwindowscomponents command. If a reboot is required, you will have to reboot the server and again launch Setup.com /m:upgrade with the /InstallWindowsComponents parameter. If the Windows roles and features were correctly installed, Setup.com will continue.

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