Security exchange not updating
What you should install for new servers When you're installing a new Exchange 2016 or 2013 server, you should install the most recent cumulative update.You can find details of the most recent version of Exchange 20 on the Exchange Server Build Numbers page on Tech Net.What you should install for new servers When you're installing a new Exchange 2010 server, you should install the latest service pack, followed by the latest update rollup for that service pack.You can find details of the most recent service pack and update rollup for Exchange 2010 on the Exchange Server Build Numbers page on Tech Net.How to handle updates for existing servers The steps for updating Exchange 2010 servers depends on which service pack you're currently running.
So here it is, and hopefully this will provide the information that people need.
A service pack is a complete build of the product that includes all previous updates.
An update rollup applies to a specific service pack, and includes all previous updates that were included in previous update rollups for that service pack.
Hello, We have an Active Directory domain (2012 R2 functional level) with a fully patched Exchange 2013 server on Windows 2012 R2.
When users change their passwords from Windows (running a combo of Windows 7/8.1/10 and Outlook 2010/2013 in cached Exchange mode), their password in Credential Manager does not update automatically, and therefore get prompted for their password every time it's opened until they go into Credential Manager and remove the old password.