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Exchange анти-спам. Миф развеян. - Myth 6: Running Enable-AntispamUpdates forces you to download all windows updates to your Exchange server

 

Myth 6: Running Enable-AntispamUpdates forces you to download all windows updates to your Exchange server.

Enabling automatic anti-spam updates does use the windows automatic update API and does require that you opt in one time for windows update for the AS server. However, it does not require that you download all the other updates available on Windows Update like service packs and rollups etc.

In fact the anti-spam update does not use the schedule available in AU but instead uses its own download timeframe listed here: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/01/03/432050.aspx

When running the cmdlet from your edge server (or HT server with the AS agents installed) you can specify "RequestNotifyDownload" value for the -MicrosoftUpdate parameter. This maps to the "Notify me but don't automatically download or install them" radio button on the Automatic Updates client (for Windows 2008 this is worded as "Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them").

The above is only available from EMS and not the GUI in EMC.

Ok so that's it. I hope I was able to clear up some confusion on how Exchange anti-spam agents function.

Special thanks go to Scott Landry and Dave Forrest for their invaluable assistance with this post.

- Tom Kern

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