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Old 11-08-2007, 01:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone noticed any problems applying Service Pack 3 or 4 to the base install on BES 4.1? I need to fully patch my production server in the coming weeks. After a bit of poking around trying to get my BES VM Development server patched to the same level as production I noticed that we had never patched the production server.

Secondly, MR2 has anyone had any horror story about this? What is it really doing for me?
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Hi

You need to be more specific when you say 'base install' of 4.1 is that 4.1.2.20 or 4.1.2.25 or similar? I'm sure there was 4.1.0 versions of 4.1, but most of our customers didn't upgrade early enough to get to 4.1.0...

Very few dramas on exchange in going from 4.1.2 to 4.1.4.

MR2 seems fine as well although I don't think I've quite got round to applying it yet - will add that to Saturdays to do list...
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It is a 4.1.0.38.
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I've done numerous 4.1 service pack updates without issue (from all the 4.1 SP versions) ... give this a gander: Best practices for installing a BlackBerry Enterprise Server service pack
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