1 min read

Install Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 1

On April 2, 2013, Microsoft release Cumulative Update 1 for Exchange Server 2013.  For details about this update visit Description of Cumulative Update 1 for Exchange Server 2013.

The RTM version of Exchange 2013 is Version 15.0 (Build 516.32).  This CU will update the system to Version 15.0 (Build 620.29).

Install Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 1

    1. Download the Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 1
    2. Run the executable and extract the files.
    3. Right-click setup.exe and Run as Administrator image_thumb[3]
    4. On the User Account Control page click Yes. image_thumb[4]
    5. If your Exchange servers have access to the internet setup will check for new updates. Click Next. image_thumb[5]
    6. In my install no updates were found. Click Next. image_thumb[6]
    7. Setup will begin copying files. image_thumb[7]
    8. Once files have been copied setup will initialize. image
    9. On the Update page click Next to install the update. image
    10. On the License Agreement page select I accept the terms in the license agreement. image
    11. On the Readiness Checks page, verify that there are no errors and click Install. image
    12. Depending on the roles installed on the server there will be multiples steps to go through for the update.  In my environment it looks like 18 steps.  This can take a long time. setup-progress-exchange-2013
    13. On the Setup Completed window, you can check the box to Launch ECP and then click Finish. setup-completed-exchange-2013
    14. Once ECP launches, navigate to the servers page and you will see that your server version is now Version 15.0 (Build 620.29). ecp-exchange-2013

Everything to Know About Cloud VDI and Azure Virtual Desktop

By now, most of us have experienced some form of remote work, whether it was during the height of the pandemic or now in the midst of the hybrid work...

What's New in SQL Server 2022 – Licensing Updates

SQL Server 2022 is now generally available and with it come some licensing changes you need to be aware of. Microsoft also announced that SQL Server...

Azure Modernization Assessment: Building a Robust Cloud-Ecosystem Starts Here

The pandemic may have accelerated the cloud journey trend, but cloud momentum isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Cloud adoption increased 25% in the...