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What resources are good for keeping track of cumulative updates for SQL Server? I noticed that Windows update does provide a service for SQL Server.

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I don't think cumulative updates appear on Microsoft Update. – Joel Mansford Feb 18 '11 at 22:12
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"SQL Server Version Database" on (worth a look at the site anyway)

Edit: It's been around for years and I've used since SQL 2000 SP3...

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Wow, that's nice. And to know when it changes, you can use It's got a crappy UI, but it works. – Brent Ozar Feb 17 '11 at 17:57

I like the Microsoft SQL Server Release Services blog - It's updated very quickly once there is a new release and has links to the relevant KB articles too.

Definitely worth adding to your RSS.

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There is a blogspot site that seems to be pretty up to date at which has a chart of SQL server updates for all versions.

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I like that site. Also, Microsoft maintains various KB articles, such as: – Matthew Burr Feb 27 '11 at 16:23

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