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How do I convert a Microsoft KB number into its corresponding MS number?

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Hello Everyone,
I need to convert several KB numbers into their corresponding MS numbers. Does anyone knows where can I go to get this done? Thank you. - Joshua


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Go to the following site...

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/current.aspx

There you will be able to search by MS numbers and find the corresponding KB number. You can also do a search on MS and KB numbers based in OS, date of release, etc.

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