What now (after updates have been applied)...?

Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by RoninV, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. RoninV

    RoninV Guest

    It's amazing how involved the DST thing has gotten. It's like Y2k all over
    again. Let me start by saying that, over a month ago, we started listing
    appts in Outlook (after 3/10/07) with the correct time in the subject line.
    Anyway...

    Using 931836/92666 and a few other tools, we've updated our Windows Server,
    individual machines [running 98(yes we have two machines still running it),
    2k, XP), and Exchange Server, in that order. (1) Should the Windows Server be
    rebooted before or after the Exchange Server has been updated? (2)Once all
    the updating and rebooting has been completed, will those appointments that
    appear an hour off, prior to the application of the updates, correct
    themselves?
     
    RoninV, Mar 7, 2007
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