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Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi Experts,

I have a question regarding the SQL Server 2008 Cumulative Updates.

We have a AMD 64 bit SQL Server 2008 instance which is on SP2, I am now trying to apply the latest Cumulative Update to the Server.

Below is the screenshot from the Microsoft website.

 CumulativeUpdate
I wanted to know if the file circled is the correct one to be installed on our Server.
I see there are two more X64 files available 2008_PCU2_SNAC_CU2 and 2008_PCU2_RSShrPnt_CU2. I guess they are for upgrading native client and Reporting Services.

Can you please let me know if what I guess is correct and I have to apply the pacth that has been circled in Red.

Thanks,
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Question by:rocky_lotus_newbie
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Yep that's the right one and your guesses are almost correct too (RSShrPnt = Reporting Services SharePoint)
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Correct. The other are Reportin services and client.
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