SQL Server 2008 SP1 via Automatic Update

Users of SQL Server 2008 that’ve not upgraded the RTM release; get ready for automatic upgrades to the SP1 milestone. Starting September, Microsoft would start distributing Service Pack 1 to all customers currently using SQL Server 2008 RTM in their infrastructures through Automatic Update. “If an update is flagged as an automatic update (AU) the logic’ll honor the Windows Update […]

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Users of SQL Server 2008 that’ve not upgraded the RTM release; get ready for automatic upgrades to the SP1 milestone. Starting September, Microsoft would start distributing Service Pack 1 to all customers currently using SQL Server 2008 RTM in their infrastructures through Automatic Update. “If an update is flagged as an automatic update (AU) the logic’ll honor the Windows Update settings for deploying the update. This means, you do not need to manually scan for updates through the Windows Update web page or Control Pane and you let Windows control the installation,” announced.

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