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Best way to upgrade 65 sp2 sp3

Best way to upgrade 65 sp2 sp3



Just curious on whether this is the best way to upgrade all my 65SP2 server
to SP3



Option 1

Use NWConfig to install SP3

Install nw65os3a.exe

Install n65nss3a.exe

Install iManager from Sp3 Overlay disk using X Windows





Are there any other updates I should install?



Or a better way to update?



Thanks

Jordack


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Best way to upgrade 65 sp2 sp3

Sounds good.

There is a new TCPIP and Winsock patch you might want to consider as
well.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Best way to upgrade 65 sp2 sp3

> Option 1
>
> Use NWConfig to install SP3
>
> Install nw65os3a.exe
>
> Install n65nss3a.exe
>
> Install iManager from Sp3 Overlay disk using X Windows
>

I believe if iManager is already deployed on an SP2 server, the
iManager update will get deployed as a function of the SP3 deployment.
>


You might also look to deploy post SP3 updates to CIFS.

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Barry Schnur
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