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I have a Windows Server 2003 server that hosts mail using Exchange 2003 and was recently was updated to SP2. Additionally, more RAM was added. The server was fine for a few days. Now when it boots it comes to the log on screen but the background is black and the log on boxes are not visible. I'm...
I have several Windows Server 2K3 SP1 servers. Do I have to reapply any MS updates or patches following an install of SP2 this long after the SP2 release?
Need to install server 2003 sp2 and exchange 2003 sp2 on my active/passive backend cluster, is there anything I need to worry about? Figure I'll update server sp2 first then Exchange sp2. On front end servers first then backend cluster. Sound right?