Windows 2000 SP4 is now qualified as an optional service pack for Unity 4.x, 3.x and Bridge 3.x server. If you are running Unity 4.0(2) or lower, you must install Unity prior to installing Windows 2000 SP4. For details, please refer to the "Compatibility Matrix: Required and Recommended Third-Party Service Packs" doc. Thanks.
Thanks for the update! I checked the compatibility matrix and for the new 4.0(3), it says "Windows 2000 Server SP 3" under the enforcement section. I will be upgrading from 3.1(5) to 4.0(3) and the server is currently running Windows 2000 Server SP 3. Should I perform the Unity upgrade to my 3.1(5) server first, then complete the SP4 upgrade? Should I likewise upgrade to Bridge 3.0 prior to applying SP4? I am currently protected by MS03-026 on both my Unity and bridge server. Thanks for the additional clarification in advance :-)
I do not see a Win2K SP4 update on Cisco's site for either Unity or the Unity bridge. Does that mean I may use the standard SP4 upgrade from Microsoft following my upgrade on the servers to 4.0(3) and 3.0(2) respectively?
yes, that's correct - you'll need to get those directly from Microsoft since we don't currently bundle the SPs and hot fixes for download - it's something that's being worked on along with a notification system for updates along these lines.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.