Exchange 2010 SP2 released and Exchange Environment Report compatibility

Microsoft have released the latest service pack for Exchange Server 2010, Service Pack 2, which brings a number of improvements including bringing in patches released in subsequent update rollups since SP1 was released, along with some new features including Address Book Policies, Hybrid Configuration Wizard, OWA mini and OWA Cross Site Redirection.

You can download SP2, which can be used for new installs as well as upgrades from the Microsoft Download Site.

Later this week I’ll be writing the first of a series of articles on how to make use of some of the more advanced new features and what benefits they bring; in the meantime be sure to read the announcement on the Exchange Team Blog, the Release Notes (once they are available) to understand about new role pre-requisites and schema / AD updates required; and of course ensure you test the features important to you in your lab/test environment before deployment in production.

If you’re a user of my Exchange Environment Report, you’ll be glad to read that not only is it compatible with Exchange 2010 SP2 – but it was actually developed against it during my time as a TAP participant, so it might even work a little better šŸ˜‰

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