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        AskWoody Lounger

        Hi Askwoody

        I am new around here, and I am relatively new to SCCM as well. I have worked with it for about 8 months.

        Quick question from me, but first a bit of history.

        So we had a customer which got the new .net framework 4.7.2 on their exchanges server a few months back. This resulted in an Exchange server which was’ent working at all.  the solution was a certificate which was unbound. My exchange colleague was blaming the .net framework for it. so it got me thinking about a solution for installing .net framework without generating more problems than necessary

        I was just wondering, how are you handling .net updates for example from 4.7.1 to 4.7.2. ? I work where we have about 2000 servers in our SCCM environment, where there is a bunch of Exchange servers in. my question is not just for Exchange but I general.

        Thanks in advance 🙂

        Best regards TYA

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        AskWoody Lounger

        Hi again

        I haven’t heard anything, form anybody. I know it is a delicate topic 😀 please provide me with some sort of guidelines. I would really appreciate it a lot.

        Hope to hear from somebody in here 🙂

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