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You can use Windows Update to install NET.5.2 via the KB2934520 update or better yet, you can download it from m/fwlink/?LinkId328856.
Theres a KB that documents at least one major problem over at m/en-us/kb/3095369.
Unexpected failovers sound like lots of fun!
My advantage was that Exchange 2013 CU15 also supports.NET Framework.6.2 so my upgrade path was easy.Patching is critical-but so too is testing, and this patch didnt pass testing.In fact, we know of some issues if it is installed.Install the.NET Framework.6.2 on Exchange 2013 CU15.Most likely it will be supported by Exchange Server 2013 CU19 and Exchange Server 2016 CU8.Block the install.6.1 by following the steps at m/en-us/kb/3133990.It is also possible to retrieve this information using PowerShell: Get-ChildItem "hklm:softwaremicrosoftNET Framework SetupNDPv4Full" Get-ItemProperty, so, which version.NET Framework are supported with boite echangiste gard which version of Exchange server.
In a typical scenario upgrading to a newer Cumulative Update its not a big deal, not even when skipping a few versions, but in this scenario most likely you will hit the following error message: It fails during the Prerequisite Analysis with the error message.Exchange Server 2013 CU18 requires the.NET Framework.6.2 for installation which was obviously not installed on these servers.Thats usually not a disastrous an idea as it sounds, but at least once every year or so, that approach will come back to bite you in the behind.You wont find a statement that says if you run Diablo 3 on an Exchange Server, youre unsupported.If you dont have.5.2 installed, go install.Patching its probably the single most important piece of work sysadmins must regularly perform and a patch management solution can really take the headache out.


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