To upgrade a computer that has only the Exchange management tools installed, you must log on by using an account that's a member of the local Administrators group on that computer.If you haven't yet prepared the schema for Exchange 2010 SP1 or Exchange 2010 SP2, the account you use to upgrade the server must be a member of the Schema Admins group and the Enterprise Admins group.

The Report Viewer Redistributable allows a client to open a reporting services report after upgrading to SP3.

See Microsoft Report Viewer Redistributable 2008 on the Microsoft Download Center to install.

Find and manage updates for Office 2016, Office 2013, Office 2010, and Office 2007 in one place.

Use the links on this page to get more information about the most recent updates, and then download the updates.

Then, we recommend you install the Hub Transport, Unified Messaging, and Mailbox server roles.

Build 7600 to Build 8000 - Install Service Pack Build 8000 / 8500 to Build 8600 - Install Service Pack Build 8600 to Build 9000 - Install Service Pack Build 9000 / 9100 to Build 9500 - Install Service Pack Build 9500 to Build 9600 - Install Service Pack Build 9600 to 9700 - Install Service Pack Download the service pack from the link given below and follow the instructions: https:// Net_Manage Engine_Net Flow_Analyzer_9_9_0_SP-0_2NOTE: Ensure you are on BUILD 9900 or above as the service pack can be applied only on top this BUILD.If you experience any problems with the SP3 update, contact Microsoft Support for further assistance.After you upgrade Performance Point Monitoring Server with Service Pack 3, you must install the Microsoft Report Viewer Redistributable 2008.Before applying an Exchange 2010 service pack to any DAG members, consider the following: When installing a new Exchange 2010 service pack on multiple Exchange 2010 servers within an organization, we recommend that you first upgrade your Client Access servers.In an organization that has multiple Active Directory sites that use multiple Client Access servers in a proxy situation, you must upgrade the Internet-facing Client Access servers before upgrading Client Access servers that aren't Internet-facing.If your organization uses a load-balanced array of Client Access servers, see the following guidance about how to upgrade your Client Access servers from one version of Exchange 2010 to another, for example, from Exchange 2010 RTM to Exchange 2010 SP1.