Applying service packs and rollups in a standalone environment
Applies to: Forefront Protection for Exchange
Topic Last Modified: 2009-09-02
This topic describes how to apply Exchange and Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server (FPE) service packs and rollups in a standalone environment.To install an Exchange service pack or rollup in a standalone environment
Disable FPE using the steps described in Disabling or enabling the product by using the FSC utility.
Follow the instructions provided with the specific service pack or rollup that you are installing.
After the installation is complete and the Exchange services have been restarted, verify that mail is flowing.
Enable FPE using the steps described in Disabling or enabling the product by using the FSC utility.
|Some Exchange service packs and rollups require you to download and install an FPE update in order to ensure that FPE operates correctly. For information and downloads, visit the Microsoft Web site at Microsoft Help and Support.|
Run the installer by double-clicking the service pack or rollup executable file.
Note: While the installer is running, the Exchange and FPE services are stopped, and your mail flow is temporarily halted.
After the installation is complete and the Exchange and FPE services have been restarted (this occurs automatically during the installation), verify that FPE is working properly.