There does not seem to be a lot out there for those that just want to upgrade from Exchange 2013 RTM to Exchange 2013 CU1 RTM.SOLUTION First thing you we need to do is prepare the schema by opening the command prompt and running: /Prepare Schema /IAccept Exchange Server License Terms and you will see the following progress screen: I found it quite odd that you have to include the switch for accepting licence terms after each command.In Windows Server 2012 we have the feature Cluster-Aware Updating to help us with applying software updates.Unfortunately if you use SCCM for patching you will probably continue using it even for 2012 clusters because you’ve already have some process in place and this new feature is no use, at least at first look.All the stages that the setup goes through are detailed in this screenshot: Alternatively, there is a GUI you could whizz through, but the method detailed here will suffice. All future CU updates will be performed the same way as I suspect there will always be changes to AD to tend to prior to updating, we shall have to wait and see.
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When you want to consolidate the work of two or more tools SC 2012 Orchestrator comes to the rescue.
That is what Neil Peterson from MSFT have done and provided Cluster patching runbooks that leverage Windows Server 2012 Cluster and System Center 2012 Components.
Even after leaving it work for hours at a time, it was impossibile to obtain or install any update.
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