DST Exchange patch after DST desktop patch? Any conflicts?

We are getting ready to do the DST patch on the Exchange servers. I was 
wondering if there will be any problems if some of our users have jumped the 
gun and installed the desktop patch themselves already? Will the Exhcange 
patch be able to tell whcih mailboxes have already been patched by the users? 
I don't want to adjust the time twice.

Thanks,

Rich
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- One option is to have users specify the time in the subject field of 
mailboxes, another one being to have users print out appointments from the 
affected extended DST period, particularly the first 3 weeks from March 11 - 
April 1.
- If users with DST 2007 time zone update have created new appointments in 
the affected period, those will get wrongly rebased if you run the Exchange 
Calendar Update Tool to rebase those mailboxes.
- If all users get their DST 2007 time zone update (KB 931836) at about the 
same time, you can run the Exchange Calendar Update Tool with the 
/ONLYCREATEDPREPATCH option and specify a UTC time when the users may have 
applied the DST 2007 time zone update
- Another option is to exclude those users when you run the Exchange 
Calendar Update Tool (by ensuring their mailboxes are not in the input file 
you use), and have those users run the Outlook Calendar Update Tool 
themsevles using the /ONLYCREATEDPREPATCH command line option
*Using the /ONLYCREATEDPREPATCH option requires the patched Outlook Calendar 
Update Tool (KB 933146)
- MIIS MVP Jason Sherry has a script to export Calendar items for the 
affected extended DST 2007 period
http://exchangepedia.com/blog/2007/03/dst-2007-script-to-export-calendar.html

-- 
Bharat Suneja
MVP - Exchange
www.zenprise.com
NEW blog location:
exchangepedia.com/blog
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"Rich Bashaw" <RichBashaw@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:51EE05D3-3362-411E-B0C9-8717EDF061E7@microsoft.com...
> We are getting ready to do the DST patch on the Exchange servers. I was
> wondering if there will be any problems if some of our users have jumped 
> the
> gun and installed the desktop patch themselves already? Will the Exhcange
> patch be able to tell whcih mailboxes have already been patched by the 
> users?
> I don't want to adjust the time twice.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rich 


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bharatsuneja1 (3146)
3/5/2007 7:16:59 PM
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