SQL Server 2008 patching has begun – and the PSS blog

Just over a month since SQL Server 2008 went to RTM and the first Cumulative Update (CU1) has been released. Bob Ward, a very good friend of mine, and a Principal Escalation Engineer in the SQL Server Product Support team published a detailed blog post on Friday explaining how to get it and install it.

If you’re not subscribed to the PSS blog, you should be. They post a ton of great info on how things work and how to work around bugs. Bob just blogged again today about how SQL Server 2008 Setup itself can be patched – not a trivial problem to engineer around.

Checkout the PSS blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/psssql/default.aspx.

4 thoughts on “SQL Server 2008 patching has begun – and the PSS blog

      1. Hello Paul,
        I already googled. There was a comment saying it is not stored and there was another comment saying its stored in windows registry.Could you please confirm

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