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11/04/2010

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Dennisth

U got balls ;) Tempted to do this for my lab demo environment for TechEd next week (Snapshot'ing the RC version just in case ;-)

Roberto Infantas

it work, thanks you Myke

Erwin

Great post, thanks for that. Will it work for a pre-RC version as well? Considering the AD schema, which could have changed...

I have 4.0.7400.0 installed

Dustin

I have the release candidate installed, and am curious how I would handle my Edge server when following this guide.

Thanks a bunch.

Mike Stacy

Dustin - I haven't tried this on an Edge server though I suspect uninstalling the RC bits as outlined towards the beginning of the article and running setup will probably work.

Erwin - Sorry, I didn't try this with the beta refresh version so I don't know the impact.

Michael Clapsis

Thanks for the info - We "upgraded" our 2 Enterprise servers from RC to RTM using a slightly different method - essentially provisioned new server's and added them to the existing pools. The new servers did not work until the "Install Database" upgraded the database - at which point the RC servers stopped working with a message in the Event logs saying version mismatch in the backend. Uninstalled the RC servers, updated dns, and all was good!

Brennon

I've done it twice now and it works fine..

tilaris

I upgrade an environment from RC to RTM without issue.
For the edge I had to uninstall the SQL instance and that was it.

Peter Human

Hi Mike
When i click on install database it comes up with - all the sql stores in this topology are collocated with the services that depends on them. this wizard can only be used for dedicated sql stores.please run the local setup on the sql machines to install databases

Any ideas

Thanks Pete

Jason Hoddinott

When I click on the "Install Database" link, I get a popup saying "All the SQL stores in this topology are collocated with the services that depends on them. This wizard can only be used for dedicated SQL stores. Please run local setup on the SQL machines to install database"
Anyone else get stuck here?

Chris Lehr

GREAT article Mike. We expired today. The only issue I ran into was Web Components were failing to install.

Blogged on the quick fix here:
http://blog.chrislehr.com/2011/02/lync-2010-upgrading-to-rtm-and-web.html

Jon

I am getting the "All the SQL stores in this topology are collocated with the services that depends on them. This wizard can only be used for dedicated SQL stores. Please run local setup on the SQL machines to install database" error too. Anyone find a fix or way around that?

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