I am trying to find out exactly what has to be done for those of us still running exchange 2000. We will be upgrading in a few months, but not before the Daylight Savings Time change.
I have been researching this on line and get conflicting information. Some say if you don't have extended life support you are SOL. Some articles have said the clients can be updated, but exchange does not have to be. Some say you can't update the client until the exchange servers are updated. Some say update the OS the exchange Server is running on, but exchange itself does not have to be updated, however OWA will still be affected. One person said the client pc's, the exchange server OS, AND the Exchange Server 2000 ALL need to be updated and will have to be "maintained" on an on-going basis, but gave no details as to what she meant by "maintained on an on-going basis".
Does anyone have a definitive answer as to what exactly MUST be updated? Will updating the OS on the exchange servers be enough? If not, without extended support, how will the exchange itself be updated? Anyone??????? Microsoft does not have a comprehensive detailed explanation on this regarding exchange 2000 that I can find anywhere.
January 17, 2007 3:53 PM
January 24, 2007 9:26 AM