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Unified Unity Questions

Is there a place on cisco.com to check if a particular patch/rollup is considered stable in a Unified VM environment. In my case, the Exchange Server is separate from Unity, but I don't want to break anything or cause issues when applying patches to my Exchange Server. I've always rebooted Unity after applying changes to Exchange, is this necessary?

Specifically, I want to apply Exchange 2007 SP1 Rollup 6 to my E-mail Server and want to know if this will cause any issues or if I should also be updating my Unity Server at the same time.

Thanks for any advice

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Re: Unified Unity Questions

the list is here

Software Installed by the Cisco Unity Server Updates Wizard in 2009

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/unity/updates/wizard/2009cuupwz.html

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Re: Unified Unity Questions

Thanks java, that's a good resource. I've never done that before. Should I expect something to break if I install updates on the Exchange server and don't do anything to the Unity server?

Cisco Employee

Re: Unified Unity Questions

no, you can install only the applicable updates on each server or just install updates on 1 server, your choice

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java

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