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@sjhudson We've removed the part from the KB that says that no /PrepareAD is required. It is definitely required to run /PrepareAD with this release for both versions - Exchange 2016 and Exchange 2019.
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Thanks for alle the replies - good to know ;)
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@j_ware This is exemplary and highly recommended. Anyway - in the scenario described above setup is executed and at first glance it looks successful but after the setup process you're still on the same Exchange build because we don't use the new bits from the Exchange CU .iso due to the wrong "sourc...
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@mp2884 @Lukas Sassl I always use a "Run As Administrator" command prompt for running CU updates or any other Exchange installer, and also make sure all interactive powershell sessions are closed and no one else is logged on to the server; if someone else is logged on and has the exchange management...
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@mp2884 We've checked this and it looks like you've run setup.exe by using PowerShell without using the full path or ".\" (as we've described it here in step 3: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/plan-and-deploy/deploy-new-installations/unattended-installs?view=exchserver-2019#use-setupexe-to...
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