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Exchange Server 2019 reports wrong version

Hi

After upgrading our Exchange Server 2019 infaestructure to CU8 the reported version running PS Get-ExchangeServer command was Version 15.2 (Build 792.3) but, after applying KB5000871 patch our servers continue to report Version 15.2 (Build 792.3) instead of Version 15.2 (Build 792.10). Is this a known behavior?

Thank you very much.

Kind regards,
Miguel Silva

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Yes, that doesn't report the correct Exch Binary version, just the latest CU version.
Use this to verify instead:

 Get-Command Exsetup.exe | ForEach {$_.FileVersionInfo}

Now check the returned value against Table 1 to validate that you’ve got the right file version.

Patched systems file versions
Exchange Server 2019 For CU7: 15.02.0721.013 For CU8: 15.02.0792.010
Exchange Server 2016 For CU18: 15.01.2106.013 For CU19: 15.01.2176.009
Exchange Server 2013 For CU23: 15.00.1497.012
Table 1: Patched versions for Exchange Server


Or download and run the health checker:
http://aka.ms/exhcdownload




https://practical365.com/blog/microsoft-issues-critical-security-updates-for-exchange-server/

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Hi

Right on target! The reported version checks with CU8 patched version!
Thank you very much!

Kind regards,
Miguel Silva

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