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how can i check when a patch has been applied to my sql server database

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i have a sql server 2000 database which has been patched - i need to know when this patch was applied - is there a query or some way i can find out when the patch was applied


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You can look in add/remove programs.  Check the box for Show Updates.  

It should list the install date there if the patch is available.  If not, then there is no way.
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