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TSQL to list SQL server 2008 patches applied to server

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Is there piece of TSQL which will list all patches applied to a SQL server/ SQL server Cluster.

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Question by:crazywolf2010
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Well, the good news is that SQL patches are cumulative.  You can 'SELECT @@VER', or simply look at the value in the Management Studio Explorer, and compare it to the list of SQL Server builds to determine which patches are installed.
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