Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 is here! Listing some helpful resources.

Published 05 December 11 11:48 AM | dmstork 

Download it here: Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2)

Download the standalone help file: Exchange Server 2010 SP2 Help

Note: I get asked this a lot: The SP2 executable can be used to update Exchange 2010 RTM and SP1 (i.e. it includes previous updates). It can also be used for the full installation of an Exchange 2010 SP2 server, you’ll have to install UM files separately, see downloads for the SP2 UM files in this post. It can also be used for the installation of the Exchange Management Tools.

Official announcement by the Exchange Team:

Some helpful resources:

Otherwise relevant:


Jetze’s Blog - Exchange 2010 SP2 Upgrade: Couldn't resolve the user or group "domain.fqdn/Microsoft Exchange Security Groups/Discovery Management."

Summary: Temporarily delete Discovery Mailbox user account and after installation SP2, recreate account with SP2 setup /prepareAD and reconnect Discovery mailbox.

Jetze’s Blog - Exchange 2010 SP2: The 'IIS 6 WMI Compatibility' component is required.

Summary: Install new requirement;

Import-Module ServerManager
Add-WindowsFeature Web-WMI

Jetze’s Blog - Exchange 2010 SP2 en Outlook 2003 in Online Mode, eindelijk een echte oplossing!

Summary: Outlook 2003 in Online mode works flawlessly now

Jetze’s Blog - Exchange 2010 SP2: Cosmetisch issue in Nederlandstalige OWA

Summary: Translation error. Mailbox is called Global Address list in Dutch OWA.

Interesting Tweets (be sure to follow replies etc.):

@mailmastern - Noted: OWA Mini doesn't change the language of all folders just because you change language settings #Exchange #SP2

@_busbar - where is the "sign out" link in the mini OWA or OMA #Exchange2010

If you have an interesting blog post regarding Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2, leave a comment or notify me and I will list it.

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