SQL SERVER 2005 Latest Build

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have installed sql server 2005 Developer Edition onto a new machine. I have been searching for a a download for service pack 2 build 9.0.3282 which is what I had on my old machine. I can't seem to find it anywhere. And, just as important, is there a way to get in the loop on when new builds are available for sql server?
Question by:wdarnellg
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    You need to install Service Pack 2 and then download / Install Cumulative Update 9 (KB953752) from here:


    Author Closing Comment

    This is the answer. I guess I missed the link at the top of the page the first time I was there. It was like I read and read and there was no link to a download. I am now waiting for the email that will provide the hotfix. Thanks for your help

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