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Update Rollup 30 for Exchange Server 2010 SP3

it was suggested in one of the posts here (but I for some reason couldn't comment with this) to use Rollup 29 and not Rollup 30 ? Any reason for this? I have Exchange 2010 SP3 running on Windows Server 2008 R2. Is Rollup 30 the latest one that I should be installing, and does this bring up-to-date with all updates / patches for this version of Exchange? thanks, don

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Hi,
“it was suggested in one of the posts here (but I for some reason couldn't comment with this) to use Rollup 29 and not Rollup 30 ?”
Some people like to use one version earilier than the latest version, maybe considering monitoring if any issues on latest version are reported. RU30 for Exchange 2010 has been realesed for over a year, it's OK.
However, Exchange 2010 has been ended of support, all RUs included.

"Is Rollup 30 the latest one that I should be installing, and does this bring up-to-date with all updates / patches for this version of Exchange? thanks, don"
It does not, some patches have to install manually, for example: KB4536989
The recent vulnerabilities,did not have a patch for Exchange2010, it's suggested to migrate your server to Exchange 2016/2019/Online for better experience.




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ok EricYin.... thanks for your reply, yes I know 2010 is no longer supported, I just wanted to bring these exchange servers as far as they can go for updates given the recent hacking.... the plan is to move to a newer or cloud version, but we have not set that date yet..... thank you for your explanation on this - 29 instead of 30 does make some sense... many techs are shy with "being the first one" .... kind of a wait and see approach... thanks again! don

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