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How can i get a list of installed MS updates off my windows server 2003 server?

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I want to get a list of installed updates off my server to compare them to a list oracle provides that highlights known issues.
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by:a0k0a7
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Click Start->Control Panel->Add/Remove Programs  and select there Show Updates. Scroll down and you will be able to see the Windows Updates.
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by:gvlob
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You can also go into your %SystemRoot% folder and see all the Uninstall folders that were created.
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Hi YankeeFan03,

in command prompt type systeminfo.

Cheers!
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by:Jay_Jay70
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i remember seeing this app a while back which was kind of cool, i dont know if its compatible with 2003 though, i assume it is as it supports xp

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wul.html

otherwise there is a command line tool to show you all installed security patched but i have forgotten what its called lol!
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