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From: Eric (ewstellurian.net)
Date: Fri Aug 17 2001 - 14:24:37 CDT
next major release of hfnetchk will report back what the latest SP is for
each of your products.
For a complete list of SPs for each product - look here:
<link off of the www.microsoft.com/technet/security home page right menu -
also listed in Q305285 FAQ for hfnetchk)
At 01:49 PM 8/17/2001 -0400, Chris Ess wrote:
>I must say I am, overall, impressed with Hfnetchk. This is the sort of
>thing that Microsoft should have had out years ago. (Just like Qchain.
>I'll see if I can dig up a URL later.)
>However, this is the problem I see with it: It'll tell me which hotfixes
>haven't been applied but won't tell me if I'm missing service packs.
>For instance, on the NT4 machine I'm testing this on, I have SQL Server
>7.0 without any service packs. All it tells me is that I have a warning
>on MS00-014 because it doesn't have any information on it.
>So, this is my question: In lieu of Hfnetchk not telling me what service
>packs I need, is there a URL that will show me which Microsoft products
>have service packs released for them?
>Many thanks in advance.
>PRSP System Administrator