version 8.00.679 
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 version 8.00.679
Had a query from someone that on some servers after
applying sp3 to v2000 he gets

Microsoft SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.679 (Intel X86)

instead of 8.00.760 which he does get on some other
servers.
sp2 is 8.00.534
Is this something to do with hot fixes?



Mon, 25 Jul 2005 08:06:40 GMT
 version 8.00.679

I think 8.00.679 was sp2 + hotfixes.  While that should offer protection
against the worm, it sounds like sp3 was not installed.  The most common
slip is to "successfully deliver the package", which means unpack the sp3
cab file, without then running setup.bat to install it.  Is it possible
that is
what happened?

There are so many different places to look for a version number in, though,
that maybe one of them doesn't get updated.  Where did that output come
from?

Steve Kass
Drew University

Quote:

>Had a query from someone that on some servers after
>applying sp3 to v2000 he gets

>Microsoft SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.679 (Intel X86)

>instead of 8.00.760 which he does get on some other
>servers.
>sp2 is 8.00.534
>Is this something to do with hot fixes?



Mon, 25 Jul 2005 11:40:32 GMT
 
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