March 4, 2024
031723 1920 HowtoFixPow1 - How to Fix PowerShell Has Open Files Error at Installing the Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 23
When I tried to prepare the AD schema for installing Exchange 2016 CU23, and it happened the error message is below. "Setup can't continue with the upgrade because the powershell has open files" error message. Let's fix it.

When I tried to prepare the AD schema for installing Exchange 2016 CU23, and it happened the error message is below.

“Setup can’t continue with the upgrade because the powershell has open files” error message.

Let’s fix it.

031723 1920 HowtoFixPow1 - How to Fix PowerShell Has Open Files Error at Installing the Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 23

1. Close any PowerShell and Exchange Management Shell and Exchange Admin Center sessions and run the upgrade command again.

2. If it happened the same error after running the upgrade command. Please open Windows Command prompt as administrator and run the upgrade command again.

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Cary Sun has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in data center and deployment solutions. As a Principal Consultant, he likely works closely with clients to help them design, implement, and manage their data center infrastructure and deployment strategies.
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