Does the Exchange CDO patch need to be installed to 'correct' any new meetings for OWA?
Published Jan 08 2019 01:40 PM 73 Views
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First published on TECHNET on Mar 07, 2007

Q: When we view our calendars in OWA, all appointments look fine right now.  Presently, we have only patched the OS, clients, and run TZMOVE against all of our clients.  Does the Exchange CDO patch need to be installed to 'correct' any new meetings for OWA?
A: in your case Exchange CDO, should be installed after server,OS update and rebasing


KB926666


Why is the update required for Exchange?


Microsoft calendar software such as Outlook depends on the operating system time zone information to display time information. However, Collaboration Data Objects (CDO)-based programs such as Outlook Web Access depend on separate internal time zone tables. This update modifies these internal time zone tables to match the changes in time zone settings.


Without this update, calendar items in CDO-based programs and in Outlook Web Access will operate as if standard time is in effect during the extra weeks of daylight saving time. For example, without this update CDO-based programs will operate in standard time during the following periods in 2007:


•           March 11, 2007 through April 1, 2007


•           October 28, 2007 through November 4, 2007

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